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New Mobile Network

New Mobile Network

S ecretary of State for Post and Telecommunications, H.E. So Khun, inaugurated

the country's newest mobile phone network Nov 15 just three weeks after the installation

of technology began.

The network - operated by CamGSM in a joint venture between Royal Millicom and Cambodian

Post and Telecommunications - is based upon GSM digital technology which is widely

used throughout Europe and Asia.

Infrastructure was provided by ALCATEL Telecom and will provide for up to 50,000

subscribers by the year 2000. ALCATEL has supplied GSM infrastructure to 43 operators

world-wide, including networks in China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and

Vietnam.

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