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Tuoi Tre News to get facelift, go mobile in August

Saturday, July 15, 2017, 07:00 GMT+7, your daily digest of English-language news about Vietnam, is slated to get a new look next month with a focus on mobile devices.

Starting August 1, will feature a responsive user interface displaying content that fits a variety of device screens, from desktops to smartphones and tablets.

The new look will come with a nice design, improved page load speed and optimized user experience.


The mobile and tablet versions are designed to ensure the best possible experience for you to read our news on the go.

To make sure that the facelift will be a success, Tuoi Tre News kindly invites readers to try out our new site at

We are more than happy to receive your feedback, whether on errors or any issues that may affect your reading experience, or suggestions to make the page look even better.

Please send your valuable feedback to



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