Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Cambodia cancels licence of telecoms tower builder

via CAAI

Wednesday 9 February 2011

Cambodia's Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications has revoked the licence of a mobile communications tower builder. The ministry cancelled the licence of Infra Cellular (Cambodia) as it has not begun any work to build towers that can be shared by mobile operators. The company held the licence for about two years, the Phnom Penh Post reports citing communications minister So Khun. The company now has fifteen days to take down any equipment that may have been installed. The cancellation of the licence leaves Tower Master Cambodia as the only firm licensed in the country to build telecommunications towers that can be rented out to mobile operators.

Beeline Cambodia launches 3 promotions

Wednesday 9 February 2011

Beeline Cambodia has launched a number of promotions, including an international calls promotion, a Valentines Day lucky draw, and a bonus top-up promotion. Until 28 February customers can call numbers in fifteen countries at a special price. Beeline charges USD 2.50 for 30 minutes and USD 4.50 for 60 minutes. The 15 countries are: USA, Thailand, Canada, China, Vietnam, United Kingdom, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Macau, Laos, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Brunei. To enter the Valentines Day lucky draw, customers need to send an SMS to a shortcode at USD 0.20 per SMS. Each SMS will be an entry in the draw which offers a trip to Malaysia as the major prize and handsets as smaller prizes. Beeline will also launch a 100 percent bonus top-up promotion until 13 February. Customers that top up USD 3 or more via 'Easy fill' will get 100 percent of their top-up as bonus credit. The bonus credit will expire on 20 February and can be used for on-net calls and SMS messages.

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