Alepo has deployed its BSS solution and Managed Services Offering (MSO), enabling Amara Communications to launch data plans.
Launch of the data-only service, called ananda, marks Amara Communications’ entry into the burgeoning telecom market in Myanmar. The service provides nomadic mobility and WTTx solutions for ananda’s customers.
Amara Communications is witnessing strong growth in Myanmar, month-on-month increasing its subscriber base since the launch of its data service at the end of May, 2018. The 4G LTE network is supported by a billing solution from Alepo.
Ananda, a new entrant to the dynamic Myanmar telecom market, is licensed to provide services in Yangon and Mandalay regions,.
Using Alepo’s BSS solution, ananda offers a range of prepaid data plans, comprising tiered service levels, volume based quotas, and other base plans.
Vishal Mathur, VP Solution Integration at Alepo, said, “We deployed our BSS solution for this project, and were able to ensure a smooth launch within the set timeframe. Alepo’s MSO experts continue to work with Amara Communications to achieve optimized productivity in their business and network IT operations. We are proud to provide Amara Communications with the tools necessary to rapidly expand their customer base and increase market share in Myanmar.”
Alepo is experienced in assisting new service providers globally. With experts specialized in managing day-to-day operations, identifying pain points, and providing stop gaps, it is known for its expertise in launching successful mobile and fixed networks.
Amara Communications Co., Ltd. (ACS) is a subsidiary of the International Group of Entrepreneurs (IGE). IGE is a large Myanmar conglomerate with a diverse portfolio of businesses, including trade, real estate, construction, energy, financial services, hospitality, and telecommunications. IGE is one of Myanmar’s five largest conglomerates, possessing eight subsidiaries that employ more than 4,000 people.
ACS is a Network Facilities Service Individual license holder and works with a range of business partners.. In October 2016, ACS won the 2.6 GHz spectrum auction to provide 4G broadband data services for regions 2 (Yangon, Ayeyarwaddy, Rakhine) and 3 (Mandalay, Sagine, Shan, Kachin, Chin) in Myanmar.