In late 2016, the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) licensed the five operators of VNPT, Viettel, MobiFone, Vietnamoblie and Gtel to use the radio frequency band of 1,800 MHz for their 4G services. Apart from Gtel, the four other operators now have their own 4G networks. While the VNPT and Viettel 4G networks are based on the 1800 MHz frequency band at the bandwidths of 10 MHz, 15 MHz and 20 MHz, the Mobifone operates at 10 MHz bandwidth. Photo: vietteltelecom.vn More than a year since the 4G services officially started to be offered and there have been over 13 million more mobile broadband subscribers, accounting for nearly 30 percent of the total mobile broadband subscribers. The additional numbers are mainly in cities and towns across the country. The average amount of subscribers making mobile data exchange in 2018 has been recorded at 136,934 per month, doubling the 2016 figure. Viettel’s Deputy General Director Tao Duc Thang said that local telecom suppliers still use the 1,800 MHz frequency band, which is being used for 2G services, for 4G because the number of subscribers using 2G services decreases, while the number of subscribers of 3G and 4G mobile data increases…. Read full this story
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