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Telecom authority urges holiday prep

Telecom authority urges holiday prep

The Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia has requested mobile network providers to deploy moveable cell towers to prepare for the influx of visitors that are expected to attend next month’s Water Festival in Phnom Penh, according to a release late last week.

The regulator urged mobile network providers to set up “Cell on Wheels” towers across specific areas in the capital in order to cope with the increased usage rates and the high demand from subscribers. The annual two-day Water Festival begins on November 2.


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