Mobile network operators ready to convert digit numbers August 21, Mobile network operators have geared up with their experiments to implement the conversion of digit mobile phone numbers to digit numbers in August instead of September as initially planned. The subscribers with the prefixes of x, x, x and x and 11 digits will convert into 03x, 05x, 07x and 08x with 10 digits. MIC decided that the conversion will officially begin on September 15,
World Trade Organization I. Between andDecree was the primary piece of legislation regulating the telecommunications industry.
With the rapid evolution of the industry, especially during the late s, Decree soon became obsolete. A number of implementing sub-regulations followed. Most of these regulations had the purpose of protecting the State's monopoly through tight control of the market.
This commitment also set a schedule. Vietnam became a member of the WTO on 11 January In its WTO commitments, Vietnam agreed to open telecommunications services to foreign investors under a prescribed schedule.
As such, there was a need for a more comprehensive legal framework to manage a fully liberalized market. Vietnamese telecommunications law has undergone several reformations in order to meet its international obligations.
The Law on Telecommunications presents the first time that regulations on telecommunications were compiled in a separate comprehensive law.
It provides a legal framework for all telecommuni-cations activities.
The LOT includes 63 Articles, which are divided into 10 chapters: General regulations; Chapter III: Telecoms for public benefit; Chapter IV: Setting up networks and telecoms service supply; Chapter V: Telecoms operation licenses; Chapter VI: Connection an d sharing telecoms infrastructure; Chapter VII: Management of telecoms technical standards, norms, quality, and fees; Chapter IX: Telecoms works; and Chapter X: Along with the LOT, the Law on Information Technology issued on 29 Junethe Law on Electronic Transactions issued on 29 Novemberthe Law on Radio Frequencies issued on 4 Decemberand other lesser regulations all represent steady progress in the development of legislation on information technology and telecommunications.
Status and powers of telecommunications regulators Under Article 9 of the LOT, the Government is empowered to manage the telecomunications activities of the State.
The MIC has the following powers and duties: This is a specific agency under the MIC that supports the MIC to carry out state management of the telecommunications sector.
Decree 25 assigns TSMA following tasks: Interconnection between networks Article 42 of the LOT provides general principles for interconnection between networks. The basic principle is that all telecoms enterprises are entitled to connect with each other's networks and services in order to take advantage of existing infrastructure.
Stated differently, a telecommunications enterprise must allow other telecoms enterprises to connect to its network or services.Mobile network operators have geared up with their experiments to implement the conversion of digit mobile phone numbers to digit numbers in August instead of September as initially planned.
The decision on converting digit phone numbers to digit ones was released by the Ministry of Information & Communication (MIC) in May. The subscribers with the [ ].
Photo caninariojana.com HÀ NỘI – Vietnamese telecommunications giants VinaPhone, Viettel and MobiFone will deploy mobile number portability (MNP) services starting this Friday (November 16). MNP enables mobile telephone users to retain their numbers when switching from one mobile network operator to .
Vietnam Mobile Telecom Services (with the brand MobiFone) is a major Vietnamese mobile network operator headquartered in Trung Hoa Nhan Chinh, caninariojana.comd on 16 April , as a GSM launcher, MobiFone is the first and currently third largest telecommunications provider in Vietnam.
Vietnam View country details MobiFone (Vietnam) uses 2 GSM bands and 1 UMTS band. Find out if your unlocked phone or mobile device will work with MobiFone (Vietnam).
The Vietnamese mobile network operator tried unsuccessfully to offload these stakes on two different occasions in and due to stock market uncertainties and the low liquidity of the ticker. Mobifone expected this time to be different as the Vietnamese stock market is on the rise, reinforcing the strong recovery of bank stocks.
MobiFone (Vietnam) uses 2 GSM bands and 1 UMTS band. Find out if your unlocked phone or mobile device will work with MobiFone (Vietnam).