“Vietnam – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to WiseGuyReports.com’s Research Database.
Scope of the Report:
Telecoms services in recent years have undergone tremendous changes due to ICT systems. It has also made several changes in areas of commerce, such as the role of a travel agent in the digital era has changed as most people book their tickets directly online.
Information and communications technology encompasses both mobile-enabled and internet-enabled spheres. It includes old technologies as well such as television broadcast, radio, and landline telephones; all of which are used even today along with cutting-edge Telecoms pieces, namely robotics and artificial intelligence. The list of components is exhaustive and continues to grow. Elements such as telephones and computers have existed for decades, but others such as robots, digital TVs, and Smartphones are recent entries.
In the modern world, Telecoms possess an effect on every facet of human life-from working, socializing, playing to learning. The digital era has transformed how people network, learn, access information, communicate, and seek help.
Various sectors in which Telecoms has played a major role are education, entertainment, financial services, homes, banking, employment services, and shopping. Technology has a positive impact, particularly on education. It has offered opportunities for students all across the globe to receive online education while still maintaining family and work schedules. Today students can attain a degree online and also take webinar courses. Besides, they can learn through e-books, watching videos, discussion groups, blogs, and bulletin boards. Students can ask questions too through emails. These days educational institutes use digi-class or projectors to teach students.
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Mobile number movability becomes available;
Libercom and Glo Mobile stop trading;
Benin joins free roaming scheme;
MTN agrees to pay CFA134.4 billion in licence fees for 2016 and 2017;
Government restructures state-owned telcos;
Benin smart town construction starts;
Canal+ signed affect the Beninese electrical power Company to produce web services via powerlines;
MTN benin signs five-year Managed Rural Coverage affect Ericsson;
Orange commissions new association from the ACE submarine cable, connecting benin with Tenerife;
be.Telecoms launches LTE services;
Isocel announces plans to roll out FttP services
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation gift funds to a mobile immunogen written account program;
Report update includes the regulator’s market information to Gregorian calendar month 2018, telcos’ in operation informationto Q3 2018, recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
MTN, Moov (Telecel), Libercom, BBCom (Bell Benin), Glo Mobile (Globacom), be.Telecoms (Bénin Télécoms, formerly OPT), Kanakoo (BeninNet), Isocel, EIT, FirstNet, Arts Bobo, Sobiex Informatique, Global Trading Agency, Afripa Telecom, Thuraya, Nitel, Suburban Telecom, CEB.
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