Three telecom providers licensed to trial 5G Sci-Tech

Three telecom providers licensed to trial 5G

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has granted licences to telecom providers Viettel, Vinaphone and Mobifone to test 5G services, MIC Deputy Minister Nguyen Thanh Hung said on July 5.
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Domestic telecom providers face new challenges

The number of mobile phone subscriptions nationwide stood at about 127 million at the end of 2017, down 2.1 percent year-on-year. The decrease came as telecom providers withdrew unregistered SIM cards as directed by the Ministry of Information and Communications. ​
Top 10 ICT events in 2017 Sci-Tech

Top 10 ICT events in 2017

The VIetnam ICT Press Club recently announced the top 10 ICT events in 2017. This is the result voted for by more than 50 journalists in the information technology sector, from some 40 media agencies nationwide.
Viettel posts surge in revenue Business

Viettel posts surge in revenue

Military-run telecom group Viettel posted revenue of 144 trillion VND (6.4 billion USD ) and pre-tax profit of some 25 trillion VND in the first eight months of the year.
HNX develops unlisted market Business

HNX develops unlisted market

Hanoi Stock Exchange chairman Nguyen Thanh Long said the exchange reported fruitful results seven years after shifting from the stocks centre.
Vietnam sees promising 4G future Sci-Tech

Vietnam sees promising 4G future

Vietnam hopes to see 3G and 4G networks covering 95 percent of residential homes by 2020, according to Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Phan Tam.
4G may not boom in 2016: Experts Sci-Tech

4G may not boom in 2016: Experts

Next year could be just a starting year for the implementation of 4G services in Vietnam, and there may not be a boom in the market in this regard.
Race begins for faster internet Business

Race begins for faster internet

Local network providers are racing to develop 4G service as they await the green light from the Ministry of Information and Communications, which has not yet put out bids to choose providers.