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Telecom backbone now extends over 26,000km

Telecom backbone now extends over 26,000km

Three telecom operators provide a total of more than 26,000 kilometres of backbone fixed-line infrastructure as of June, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications announced yesterday in a report posted on its Facebook page.

The three operators include Viettel (Cambodia) Pte Ltd, which has installed 17,200 kilometres of cable, Cambodia Fiber Optic Cable Network (CFOCN), with 7,611 kilometres, and Telecom Cambodia with 1,600 kilometres.

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