Telecommunications in Myanmar are several steps behind most developed countries, and also lag behind neighbouring Southeast Asian countries: generally, you may find that systems are antiquated and access is patchy and slow. Only a small percentage of the population has access to a fixed telephone line, and internet and mobile penetration are also low. However, […]
Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited is Thailand’s largest GSM mobile phone operator with 35 million customers as of March 2013. Founded in April 1986, AIS started off as a computer rental business. In October 1990, it launched analog 900 MHz mobile phone services with a 20 year monopoly concession from the Telephone Organization of […]
Celcom Axiata Berhad, DBA Celcom, is the oldest mobile telecommunications company in Malaysia. Celcom is one of a member of the Axiata group of companies. Being one of the very few companies in Malaysia to originally obtain a cellular phone license, it successfully introduced mobile telephony in Malaysia through its ART-900 (Automatic Radio Telephone) service, […]
Viettel Group (full name in Vietnamese: Tập đoàn Viễn thông Quân đội) is Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator. It is a state-owned enterprise wholly owned and operated by the Ministry of Defence. Viettel pays its 25,000 employees an average salary of 18 million VND per month, a total of 5.4 trillion VND per year. Viettel […]
DTAC Thailand Tourist Gang SIM card with 7 day’s free internet access on the DTAC 3G network. This SIM card is ‘duo-cut’ meaning that you can use it in Smartphones that use the micro SIM card (e.g. iPhone 4/4s, iPad 2/3, Samsung Galaxy Grand 2/S3/S4) or cell phones that use standard size SIM cards.