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Metfone begins offering next-gen 4.5G service

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A person sorts out SIM cards at a phone shop in central Phnom Penh last year. Pha Lina

Metfone begins offering next-gen 4.5G service

Metfone, the Vietnam-based telecomm provider operating in the Kingdom announced Monday that it would begin offering 4.5G service, bringing faster internet speeds to customers in the country.

“With this new 4.5G network, Metfone’s customer can enjoy faster internet speed up to 10 times quicker compared with the 4G network,” the firm’s announcement read.

Also at Monday’s event Metfone pushed a company rebranding, restating its long-term goals in Cambodia. It unveiled a new logo as well.

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