Phnom Penh to host this year’s regional Seedstars competition.
Telecom Ministry signs a MoU with local conglomerate Royal Group to boost Cambodia’s digital transformation.
China’s Huawei pledged to assist Cambodia developing 5G infrastructure.
The number of mobile SIM card subscribers went up by 4.5 percent in 2018 while the number of landline users plummeted by nearly one-third, such were the figures released at the annual meeting of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications on Friday, April 5.
Telecom Ministry signs memorandums of understanding with India aimed at boosting the local ICT and telecommunications.
The government plans for public WiFi to be present in four cities before 2023.
In a bid to bolster the local telecommunications sector, Telecom Cambodia, a state corporation, yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese-owned Southeast Asia Telecommunications, or Seatel.
Ministry of Posts says telecommunications companies contributed $9 million to USO.
The government says 87 percent of telecom operators in Cambodia contributed $13.5 million to the CBRD fund.
MoU with Smart to develop future talents and digital corporate leaders.
To learn more about the government’s plans to help companies adapt to the digital economy, Khmer Times’ Sok Chan speaks to His Excellency Kan Channmeta, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.
The Ministry of Posts and Telecomm-unications yesterday urged government bodies and companies operating in Cambodia to redouble efforts to digitalise processes and embrace the latest technologies and trends in information and communication technology (ICT).
Visitors and residents of Phnom Penh can now enjoy free Wi-Fi in selected parks.
The Telecommunication Regulator urges mobile network operators to prioritise service quality over profit maximization.
The government collects about $29 million from posts and telecommunications and licensing fees in 2017.