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More SIM cards sold, providers to shrink

Sales of SIM cards reached 19.7 million last year, a 21 per cent rise from the 16.2 million sold in 2011, data from the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication (MPTC) shows. In contrast to the use of SIM cards, the number of telco operators decreased. In ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013031861984/Business/more-sim-cards-sold-providers-to-shrink.html

The great mobile shake-out

Mobile phone subscribers in Cambodia have had little to complain about in recent years. With six new operators entering the market since 2006, the result was oversaturation and an all-out price war as eight operators fought for a foothold in a country with fewer than ...

http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/telecom/334187/the-great-mobile-shake-out

Mfone $65 million in debt

Failed Cambodian telco Mfone owes at least $65 million to multiple creditors that sources say include the government. A court injunction to freeze Mfone‘s assets, obtained by the Post yesterday, shows Mfone owes Chinese telco provider Huawei Technologies more than $65 million. Phnom Penh Municipal Court judge ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013013061068/Business/mfone-65-million-in-debt.html

E-card holders concerned about SIM card exchange

Mfone e-card holders are concerned that the cards can no longer be used after the change from Mfone’s SIM card to Cellcard’s SIM and, along with officials, are unsure of a solution. Wholesalers and retailers have expressed concern that they will lose money when the scratch ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/2013012961038/Business/e-card-holders-concerned-about-sim-card-exchange.html

Cambodia's Mfone ordered to repay $3.7M debt

Norway-based Eltek Valere has won a court injunction against Mfone, the Cambodian mobile subsidiary of SET-listed satellite operator Thaicom, for its failure to pay outstanding service charges. According to The Bangkok Post on Monday, citing court documents, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court ruled in favor of ...

http://www.zdnet.com/cambodias-mfone-ordered-to-repay-3-7m-debt-7000006879/

Mobile phone revenues per user to decline

Revenues per user in Cambodia’s mobile phone sector will drop sharply over the next five years, according to global research and consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan. The company said the average revenue per user – ARPU, a key metric for the industry – would fall ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011070150112/Business/mobile-phone-revenues-per-user-to-decline.html

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