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Khmer-language pagers

Khmer-language pagers

Phonelink launched a new Khmer language pager from Goldtron, according to a July

23 press release from the parent firm Singtel Cambodia Pte Ltd. The pager will be

a 4-line multilingual pager which is being introduced due to consumer demand from

the marketplace.

Phonelink is currently the only company offering paging serivces in the country.

The company has operators who can take messages in Khmer, Thai, Chinese and English

which, with the new model, can now be paged out in Khmer.

Phonelink also says that it is carrying out technical and viability studies to further

extend its services to Battambang, Kompong Som and Siem Reap.

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