High-ranking North Korean officials visited Viettel’s production complex in Hanoi on Thursday
Major General Nguyen Manh Hung will replace Truong Minh Tuan as secretary of the ministry’s Party Committee
The Southeast Asian country’s fast-growing economy is expected to provide Vietnam with a lucrative business
As mobile carriers race for their share of the 4G market, service quality has been found wanting
The football (soccer) center operated by Viettel, a military-run Vietnamese mobile network operator, is where budding, teenage Vietnamese talents are trained to realize their dreams of becoming star players
Myanmar - where communications were tightly controlled by the former military junta - is one of the world's last telecoms frontiers, with just a small minority of the 53 million population having a mobile phone.
Viettel Global last year lost the bid for a telecom license in Myanmar to Telenor of Norway and Ooredoo of Qatar
The military-run Viettel has decided to withdraw from the African market of Kenya by quitting a plan to acquire 70 percent stake in a local telecommunications company
MobiFone, the country's second-biggest mobile network operator, will be separated from state-owned Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT), and its plan for initial public offering will have to be submitted to the government by the year-end.
Major-General Nguyen Manh Hung has been promoted from deputy general director to general director of the army-run telecom group of Viettel
- Director disappears after closing English centers across Vietnam, with wage, tuition unpaid
- Ho Chi Minh City to recover international tourism in early 2022
- Shoppers crowd malls as sales begin in Ho Chi Minh City
- Suspect nabbed for drugging, robbing gay men in Ho Chi Minh City
- Vietnam records 3,193 new COVID-19 cases, has administered almost 62 million vaccine doses