Four local telecommunications companies and one non-profit organisation have been warned by the Telecommunications Regulator of Cambodia (TRC), who on Tuesday threaten to cancel their business licenses if they fail to share requested company documents.
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In a statement, TRC said the entities were “behaving illegally”, after they changed their business address without notice, and failed to send company information when asked by the authorities.
The companies are Camworth Tech Co, Comserv Private Limited, Dialany Internet Telecom, Kuahua, and the UK-based non-profit OneWorld.
The entities now have 15 days to send the requested documents or else their license and company code number will be annulled.
According to TRC, there are 18.57 million mobile connections in Cambodia. The country has 10.7 million mobile phones with access to the internet and 6.8 million active Facebook accounts.