Mobile subscribers complain that the telecommunication services in Vietnam have become unbearably inconvenient: they are bothered every day with spam messages, are being swindled out of money, and are increasingly annoyed with...
Major international telecoms are lining up to become strategic investors in Vietnam's second biggest mobile network operator MobiFone.
The Ministry of Information and Communication has limited mobile network operators' profits from working with information content-service providers must to a maximum of 70 percent of the revenue, putting an end to a long dispute...
Mobile subscribers are receiving more and more SMS spam in addition to spam messages from OTT (over-the-top) apps.
The three biggest mobile network operators, MobiFone, VinaPhone and Viettel, have raised 3G access speed sixfold in an aim to satisfy increased demand.
Voice call and SMS services will be provided free of charge when Vietnamese mobile network operators join hands with OTT (over the top) app developers to earn money from data services.
The Government has signed Decision 888/QD-TTg approving the restructuring plan of the Viet Nam Post and Telecom Group (VNPT) for the 2014-15 period.
The Ministry of Information and Communications on Wednesday, August 13 appointed Mr. Le Nam Tra as MobiFone's general director.
Viettel corporation has decided to return a 450 MHz bandwidth, previously used by EVN Telecom, to the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) for them to manage.
The Ministry of Information and Communications has pledged to take bold steps to crack down on spam messages sent via mobile phones as its past measures have not worked effectively.