Smart launches home internet service

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Smart Axiata, a leading mobile telecommunications operator in Cambodia, has recently launched a home broadband service to offer fast and reliable internet at home, according to the company’s press release.

Dubbed Smart @Home, it offers flexible and competitively priced home internet without fixed-term contracts.

Three different monthly plans are available, starting at $12 per month, with the premium plan offering internet speeds of up to 10Mbps.

Subscribers of all monthly plans will receive unlimited free access to thousands of hours of entertainment content on iflix and jaikonTV.

Existing Smart mobile prepaid subscribers who sign up for Smart @Home will additionally receive 1GB free data per month onto their Smart mobile number, while Smart @Home subscribers will instantly obtain the SmartVIP status which gives discounts and privileges.

Thomas Hundt, CEO of Smart Axiata, said subscribers will be able to enjoy fast and reliable wi-fi at their homes through a wireless router for up to 10 simultaneously connected devices with a simple plug-and-play installation.

“Building on Smart’s mobile data leadership, Smart @Home is another fantastic service that we want to share with all Cambodians whereby customers at home or at indoor areas will be able to experience the true meaning of fast, convenient and affordable home wi-fi,” Mr Hundt said.

The service is now available in the cities of Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Battambang, and will soon be expanded to Sihanoukville, Poipet and Sisophon, as well as Kandal and Kampong Speu provinces.

According to official data, in 2017 there were 8.5 million internet users, an increase of 500,000 people compared to the year before. More than 10.7 million SIM cards were connected to the internet that year, about 67.19 percent of the country’s population.

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