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Metfone offers affordable Wi-Fi access for 60,000 riel per month

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Metfone offers affordable Wi-Fi access for 60,000 riel per month

Phnom Penh – Metfone is offering a fast and affordable internet Wi-Fi package to help people cope with the Coronavirus pandemic.

Metfone understands that students and business are relying on the internet more than usual during this time so that they continue working, studying and keeping in touch with loved ones.

As one of the leading telecom providers in Cambodia, Metfone remains committed to servicing its clients during this difficult period.

We are offering up to 10Mbps internet speed and a free modem for only 60,000 riel per month. And free 5 metfone SIM Card for call cooperate unlimited as well.

For more information on this package please call 0976 197 197 or 0977 197 197.

You may also register for the package by clicking on the following link: https://www.metfone.com.kh/en/registerftth

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