Although Mfone subscribers are due to transfer their accounts to Mobitel today, the Post has learned that telco provider Huawei Technologies (Cambodia) is still waiting for a court to rule on the legality of the transaction. Huawei’s lawyer, Kuoy Thunna, filed a letter late last month with the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, believing the subscriber transfer agreement may be in violation of an injunction to freeze Mfone’s assets. … In the letter, Thunna wrote: “My client understands that [the] legal change of Mfone is leading to a loss of my client’s benefit if there is no urgent legal measure, so my client requests the court to take action.” On Monday, Thunna told the Post: “I think that when Mfone transfers its subscribers to Mobitel, it will violate the injunction. “Even their agreement, which was signed on January 11, is invalid because it is in violation of the law.” … According to the lawyer’s letter, Huawei and Mfone have been doing business since 2006. Kith Meng, chairman of the Royal Group, which owns Mobitel, could not be reached for comment. Last week, the Post reported that an injunction to freeze Mfone’s assets showed Mfone owed Huawei more than $65 million for metals.