The Authority of Telecommunications under the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) revealed on June 2 that a second mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) will soon debut in Vietnam.
A recent report by the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority (VNTA) revealed that the bandwidth for 4G in Vietnam is lower than in many other countries.
Vietnam, which is in a lowly 108th place in the International Telecommunication Union's ICT Development Index, wants to improve its status.
Several sectors, including telecommunications, retail and financial-banking, have been greatly affected by digital transformation, according to a technology conference held in HCMC on September 20.
Vietnam’s telecom revenue is estimated at VND213.36 trillion (US$9.36 billion) in the first six months of the year, excluding Viettel’s business overseas, equal to 47.41% of the plan for the year.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has suggested the Ministry of Information and Telecommunication and the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications of Laos continue enhancing cooperation in order to effectively implement agreements reached between the two sides.
The three telecommunication groups under direct management of the Information and Communications Ministry (MIC) will have to develop their equitisation plans in 2017, according to Minister Truong Minh Tuan.
Myanmar National Tele & Communications Co Ltd (MNTC) has officially received a licence to begin offering nationwide telecommunications services under the Mytel brand name.
HCM City officials have asked telecommunications companies to redesign or replace more than 5,000 base transceiver stations (BTSs) located on top of houses and other buildings.
A delegation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) led by Nguyen Van Binh, Head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, visited Mozambique from December 11-15.
Enhancing the application of military science is an important task in the present context, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
Telecom companies should further jointly develop and share the use of the completed telecommunications infrastructure such as base transceiver stations (BTS) in Hanoi area.
VOV.VN - Vietnam expects to launch two new satellites in 2019 to help boost agricultural production and minimize natural disaster impact.
Developing value-added services is a must for telecom service providers to survive, as voice mail and SMS are no longer reeling in high profits, Le Nam Thang, deputy minister of the Information and Telecommunications, said at a seminar held in HCM City on October 28.
(VOV) - Viettel has officially launched a branch named Bitel providing telecom services in the South American country of Peru, the company announced on October 15.
Vietnam is one of the countries achieving the highest telecommunications growth in the world, as claimed by an international conference on telecommunications in Hanoi on May 19.
The Vietnam Post and Telecommunications Group held a telecom business forum for four Mekong sub-region countries including Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam in Nha Trang city, in the south central province of Khanh Hoa on December 10.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Information and Communications will continue to implement a programme to train telecom technicians for Laos , Cambodia and Myanmar with funding provided by Japan .
Four telecom enterprises have outstripped other rivals to win licences for providing third-generation (3G) mobile phone services.