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Multimedia Service Operator SingMeng provides Triple Play Solution in Cambodia

Publication date 28 November 2017 | 10:50 | ICT

With a strong sense of shared culture and a desire to bring high-tech connectivity to the Cambodian people, SingMeng Telemedia is the only Multimedia Service Operator (M.S.O) to provide a whole service based on the “Triple Play” solution,

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