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VinaPhone expands international links   2008-10-09 - VNA

Vinaphone’s deal with Nawras of Oman and Network of Norway to provide two-way roaming service since late September has enabled customers of this mobile phone network to send messages to 200 countries and territories.

 Currently, nearly 120,000 foreign subscribers use the roaming service through Vinaphone network every month.

With the latest deal, Vinaphone subscribers can now to use the roaming services in 80 countries and territories worldwide, making Vinaphone a network with the most links to foreign countries.

As a result, VinaPhone, expects the number of users of its international roaming and paging services will sharply increase in the near future. Currently, nearly 120,000 foreign subscribers use the roaming service through Vinaphone network every month. The number of paging messages from foreign countries to Vietnam through this network has reached an average of 3 million a month.

Vinaphone has applied a special charge of 0.15 USD for a paging message and provided the language support service in Korean and Japanese.

In addition, Vinaphone is the first mobile phone network to cover all provinces, cities and districts across the country, including mountainous, island and remote districts.

To date, Vinaphone has nearly 6,000 base transmission stations and nearly 20 million subscribers.

Vinaphone plans to continue expanding its coverage and renew technology to improve connection quality and offer more service packages to meet the need of different groups of customers.



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