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Metfone adds 50 free new games to CamID App to boast entertainment for users

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Metfone adds 50 free new games to CamID App to boast entertainment for users

If you are a mobile phone game enthusiast or looking for fun things to do online, there is good news for you. Metfone’s prize-winning CamID app has just added more free games for you to play.

Over 50 free mini-games have been added to the app that allow users to play and earn scores to win lots of prizes including mobile phone scratch cards, internet data and pretty souvenirs.

Metfone vice general-director Nhong Dinthan said the new games are intended for CamID app users to have fun and win prizes.

“The mini-games are free. Just go to AppStore, PlayStore or AppGallery to update the CamID app to the most recent version. You then can enjoy over 50 free games in addition to lots of games that are already in the app. While playing, you will earn scores to win prizes as well,” said Dinthan.

“CamID app that was recently awarded ‘Best Entertainment App of the Year’ will continue to add more features to serve the entertaining needs of our users,” he added.

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Users can enjoy free games on award-winning Metfone’s CamID App. SUPPLIED

Metfone users can access the CamID app without any internet data charges.

CamID app – developed by Cambodia’s leading telecoms and digital technology company Metfone – recently won the ‘Best Entertainment App of the Year’ award from the Globee Awards, the world’s renown business awards programme and business ranking list.

It is the all-in-one app that serves as a digital passport for the entertainment and essential online services for mobile phone users.

CamID provides a convenient digital hub for users – including cross-network – by combining all the special features from MyMetfone, Mocha App, and cinema service in a single app.

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