Frontiir’s Legal and Corporate Affairs (“Frontiir Legal”) was included in the inaugural GC Powerlist: Southeast Asia Teams 2023 publication of the Legal500. This recognition highlights Frontir Legal’s competence, resilience, and adaptability in a challenging environment, and confirms that it is one of the best in-house counsel teams in the region. The Legal500 GC Powerlist acknowledges […]

On the 6th of January 2022, the State Administrative Council (SAC) issued SAC Law No. 1/2022 or otherwise known as the “Law Amending the Union Tax Law 2021” to amend Subsection (e) of Section 14 of the Union Tax Law 2021, among others to: a. Raise the commercial taxes on Internet services from five percent […]

Date: 28 Feb 2021 Frontiir received devastating news this morning about a Frontiirian who was peacefully protesting while he was off duty. Nyi Nyi Aung Htet Naing was fatally shot in the morning of 28 February 2021 at the Hledan area in Yangon. Nyi Nyi was an associate engineer with our Fiber Operations team and was only 23. Described by his […]

Date: Feb 19 2021 Frontiir is a signatory of statement by Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business where we stand together with other businesses operating in Myanmar.  We remain steadfast to our values and commitment to our Frontiir mitharsu and the people of Myanmar.

Date: 17 Feb 2021Amid unfortunate emerging events including internet disruptions, we remain committed to our mission of providing affordable digital access to the people of Myanmar. While our priority is safety of our staff, Frontiir will continue to work hard and address the challenges to deliver high-quality services so that the SMEs can keep their […]

Date: 7 February 2021 The mobile and broadband network services had temporary internet access blackout from 6 Feb 2021, including Frontiir’s networks. All internet service has been fully restored since the early afternoon of 7 Feb 2021.

Date: 5 February 2021 The mobile operators and internet service providers in Myanmar implemented temporary blockage of Instagram and Twitter social media platforms as per existing Telecommunications Laws in Myanmar. As a telecommunication licensee, Frontiir also complied and customers will see a landing page with a statement explaining why they are not able to reach […]

Date: 4 February 2021 All mobile operators and internet service providers implemented temporary blockage of Facebook social media platform as per existing Telecommunications Law in Myanmar. As a telecommunication licensee, Frontiir also complied and customers will see a landing page with a statement explaining why they are not able to reach the blocked site.

Date: 2 February 2021 Frontiir is closely observing the emerging events in Myanmar while taking necessary steps. Our priority is the safety and wellbeing of the Frontiirians and we continue to be proactive. We have been able to restore all our services including the Myanmar Net internet services across all cities as of the afternoon […]

30 March 2020, Yangon Frontiir’s mission is to provide affordable digital access and useful information services to people and help bridge the global digital divide. After the launch Myanmar Net service four years ago, 1.6 million users in Myanmar now have access to internet with affordable prices, as low as 1,000 kyats for 5 days […]