MCIT Invitation to Open Tender for Telecom Equipment (Ref Tender 2013-B-OVS). Dateline 29th Nov 2013.

1. Myanma Posts and Telecommunications(MPT), Ministry of Communications and Information Technology invite open tender for DWDM Backbone, Optical Fiber Network, IGW softswitch expansion and service quarter buildings that are described in the below table. MPT will pay in Kyats and foreign currency for concerning item.






IGW Softswitch Expansion

1 Lot

Foreign Currency


40G DWDM Equipments

1 Lot



100G DWDM Equipments

1 Lot



Yangon-Pathein International Backhaul Link UG Fiber Cable Deployment

1 Lot



Equipments for Satellite Gateway

1 Lot



Service Quarter (2 unit)

1 No


2. Bidder should submit the open tender (Technical and requirement Proposal) on November 29, 2013 during 09:30 to 16:30 at Head Office Building of Overseas Department, Myanma Posts and Telecommunications, Near 8 mile junction, KaBaAye Pagoda Road, Yangon, Myanmar and MPT will deny the tender that is submitted over the assigned period as above. Tender documents are available from Head Office Building of Overseas Department and detail can be asked to telephone number + 95 1 650118 and +95 9 450000142 during office hours.

3. Bidder should submit the price proposal when we call you the day of price bargaining.

Source: Myanmar’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology

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