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SingMeng Telemedia reveals new range of products and a new image at their latest rebranding showcase

On Wednesday, SingMeng Telemedia announced its rebranding and also held a launch for new products in Cambodia. SingMeng showcased a new selection of products for broadband networks and multimedia services: SNET, STV, S+ and Splay.
 
SNET features internet for homes, businesses, customer segments as household, SMEs and large corporates. STV brings customers khmer and international live television and video on demand (VOD) through DTT and OTT services. There is also an S+ mobile App designed to interact with live Tv, VOD Splay interactive websites to help bring a range of digital entertainment to your computer or phone. Photo by Hong Menea

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