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Sabay expands online

Sabay expands online

INTERNET content service provider Sabay, which is owned by the CBM Corporation and is a subsidiary of CIDC Technology, will launch a new line of Web content at the Cambodian ITC fair, to be held on Diamond Island in Phnom Penh from April 1 until April 3, the company CEO said Tuesday. The online products will include online and mobile-phone entertainment, e-commerce, mobile commerce, email, online chat, e-banking, blogging, online music and video-on-demand services, said Mike Gaertner. He added that the range of new content has been in development for longer than a year. Gaertner told the Post Tuesday that 100 percent of the Web content had been created by Cambodian programmers with the intention of expanding access to information and entertainment among domestic Internet audiences.

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