Experts forecast despite being relatively new in Vietnam, network sharing efforts would accelerate as the Government seeks to streamline network deployments and slash capital spending.
Four mobile network operators of Viettel, Vinaphone, MobiFone and Gtel signed an agreement in Hanoi on June 10 to share about 1,200 base transceiver stations (BTS).
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Vietnam’s top four network providers, namely VNPT, Vinaphone, Viettel, and MobiFone, are listed among top 150 most valuable and strongest telecom brands worldwide in 2020, according to an annual report recently released by UK-based Brand Finance.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) wants to cut the connecting charge for calls between two mobile networks from the current 440 VND (0.02 USD) to 270 VND per minute.
Nearly 107,000 out of 164,871 or 70.7 percent of mobile service subscribers that registered to change their networks performed the procedures successfully and retained their numbers from July 1-28, according to statistics from major service suppliers.
More than 1.85 million prepaid mobile subscribers were deactivated in the first six months of the year as they were improperly registered, according to the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC).
As Vietnam is all set for the official launch of mobile number portability (MNP) on Friday this week, the communications ministry has released instructions on how to transfer phone numbers from one carrier to another.
Three major Vietnamese telecommunication service suppliers – VinaPhone, Viettel and MobiFone – will launch mobile number portability (MNP) which allows customers to switch their network without changing their phone number, from November 16.
Forbes Vietnam has released its third annual list of the 40 most valuable brands in Vietnam, putting their total value at US$8.1 billion, with Vinamilk maintaining its top position.
Mobile number portability (MNP) will create a new battlefield for domestic mobile operators from as early as 2019, putting even more emphasis on service quality and network stability.
Hanoi will expand the use of iParking at an additional 140 parking lots across the city by July 1, according to Ngo Manh Tuan, Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Transport.
Representatives of MobiFone and Vietnam Multimedia Corporation (VTC) have proposed the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) to consider scratch card payment for digital content services.
Nearly 60 million subscribers will have to change their 11-digit phone numbers to 10 digits from September 15, 2018 to June 30, 2019, according to the Ministry of Information and Communications.
Mobile carriers Viettel and VinaPhone have urged their subscribers to update their personal information and submit their headshots by June 2. Those failing to meet the new deadline might have their simcards deactivated, news website Dan Tri reports.
Three giant mobile operators (Viettel, MobiFone, and Vinaphone) halted payments via phone cards for domestic digital content and online games, creating inequality as foreign application stores, specifically Google Play Store, still allow people to use phone cards for in-game payments.
Network operators have announced the suspension of online payments via scratch cards, causing concern among digital content and online game firms.
No mobile phone subscribers have been locked out of service yet, two days after a controversial new decree went into force that demands subscribers to submit real information – including portrait photos – to network carriers.
National mobile network operator VinaPhone targets a pre-tax profit of VND1.4 trillion (US$61.6 million) in 2018, a year-on-year increase of 6.7%.
All Vietnamese citizens now can participate in spreading knowledge conveniently and effectively thanks to the “Digital Vietnamese knowledge system” project which was launched in Hanoi on January 1 morning.