Enjoy smooth and worry free online experience on superfast MPT LTE+ Network. Much faster speed than 3G with no additional charges.You can experience better web access, uninterrupted HD video streaming, video calling, online gaming, downloading and picture uploading.
Feel the Speed of MPT LTE+
HD video streaming
To enjoy MPT LTE+
(*Please make sure you are in Shwe Zagar or Shal Pyaw or Swe Thahar Plan and to put the SIM card in primary slot (slot 1) to enjoy LTE+)
LTE+ Compatible Headset
Check LTE+ Compatibility of your
SIM and Handset
Dial *106*5# to check if your SIM card is USIM.
If the SIM does not support LTE+, replace your old SIM with USIM for free at nearest MPT branded shops.
Please check the branded shops list here (https://goo.gl/NDSr3C) for SIM card replacement.
Ensure your handset is LTE+ compatible
In your handset setting > More network > Mobile Network > Network Mode > select LTE or 4G. If there is a choice of LTE or 4G, the device can be used for LTE+ network.
(*Please note that settings vary depending on the type of handset)
MPT LTE+ Coverage
MPT’s LTE+ is now available in Big Cities of Every State and Region. Presently 32 Cities and 82 Townships are covered with MPT’s LTE network and users can enjoy the internet with the highest speed in Myanmar. In 2018, there will be more townships where LTE+ is available, and please stay tuned for the announcement.
MPT LTE+ User Guide
How can you check your MPT SIM is LTE+ compatible or not? How can you activate LTE+ mode on your phone to enjoy LTE+ service? How can you change your SIM with USIM? Find out more through this uploaded video to know more about details. And, don’t forget to connect with the fastest of all, MPT’s LTE+.
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Frequently Asked Question
1. What is LTE+?
LTE+ is fourth generation of mobile phone technology and it offers users much faster connection for a mobile internet experience- up to ten times faster than 3G.
2. What are the benefit of LTE+?
As LTE+ is much faster than current 3G, customer can experience better internet for their mobile web access, HD video streaming, video calling, online gaming, downloading and picture uploading.
3. While I am on LTE+ and go to the places where LTE+ is not available, what will happen? Do I need to turn 3G on again?
No, you do not need to manually turn 3G on again. 3G will be automatically on when you go to the places where LTE+ is not available, and LTE+ will be on back once you reach LTE+ available places.
4. What should I do to use LTE+ service?
- Make sure you are in SweThaHar or ShalPyaw plan.
- Your handset should be LTE+ compatible handset which supports 1800 MHz frequency band.
- Your SIM card should be USIM to enjoy LTE+ services at anywhere it is available. To check the SIM card,dial *106*5#
5. Can base-tariff users use LTE+ service?
No, base-tariff users cannot use LTE+ service. Since maximum data speed for base tariff users is limited to 256kbps (4ks/min) and 128kbps (2ks/min), they cannot use 4G service. Please subscribe to Shal Pyaw (dial*234*3#) or Swe Tha Har (dial *234*2#) to enjoy the fast speed of MPT 4G/LTE.
6. How do I know if my current SIM is a USIM or not?
You can simply check by dialing *106*5#. If it is old SIM, you can change to LTE+ SIM (USIM) at any MPT branded shops for free and your number will not be changed. Please check the list of the shops here (http://bit.ly/2juQZ3O).
7. How can I turn on LTE+(4G) on my phone?
For iPhone:] Go to settings, choose cellular then go to cellular data options, then choose “voice & data”, there you can choose LTE (4G), 3G, 2G.
[For Samsung:] Go to settings, choose mobile network, then go to network mode and there you can choose LTE/3G/2G
[For Huawei: ] Go to settings and go to more, there you can enable 4G
[For Vivo: ]Go to Settings, choose Mobile Network and go to Network mode, and there you can choose 4G/3G/2G
[For other handsets: ]Go to settings, and go to tethering & networks, then go to Mobile network, and from network Mode you can choose 4G/3G/2G.
8. How can I check my handset is 4G/LTE compatible?
Go to settings and Under Cellular Data Options or Mobile network, if there is 4G/LTE, the handset is 4G compatible. Please note that settings vary depending on the type of handset.