Cellcard awarded as Cambodia’s fastest mobile network

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The Cellcard management team with the award at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Supplied

The Kingdom’s leading mobile operator, Cellcard, has been awarded as the fastest mobile network in Cambodia at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

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The award was presented on Tuesday at an official ceremony attended by international telecom leaders, experts, members of the press and key representatives of the Cambodian Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.

“Today Ookla® awarded Cellcard as the fastest mobile network in Cambodia. Cellcard were also fastest in the three key cities of Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. This is the fourth consecutive round of awards for Cellcard from Ookla reputed as world leaders for independent network measurement and reporting,” the Company’s press release said.

Cellcard CEO Ian Watson said that accepting the award again this year was a great pleasure and honor.

“Being recognised now for the fourth period of testing from Ookla is proof of our commitment to give Cambodian’s a world class network,” Mr Ian said.

“We are not just catering for our customer’s current demand for data, but planning for the future of pre 5G and 5G data services where speed will be the game changer. We are very focused on our plans for 5G with a full range of products, services and vendors from across the globe,” he said.

He added that the Mobile World Congress was a great gathering of minds to explore and validate technology strategies for the future and to ensure that focus remains on innovation and progress.

“Cellcard, and Royal Group is also accelerating our own internal digital transformation as we equip our employees with the tools, skills and resources needed for this very critical step-change,” he said.

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