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Multimedia Service Operator SingMeng provides Triple Play Solution in Cambodia

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Multimedia Service Operator SingMeng provides Triple Play Solution in Cambodia

With a strong sense of shared culture and a desire to bring high-tech connectivity to the Cambodian people, SingMeng Telemedia is the only Multimedia Service Operator (M.S.O) to provide a whole service based on the “Triple Play” solution, the best deal for Cambodians.

Through a single optical fiber connection, The “Triple Play” offers customers features like High Speed Internet – both at home and for businesses like hotels, casinos, banks, and others – as well as an over-the-top (OTT) Smart TV with 4K Ultra HD experience, an interactive entertainment platform with massive contents, around 120 television channels, games, video-on-demand and direct access to YouTube and Google search and more. Rounding out the Triple Play is the VoIP telephone service allowing customers to make local and international calls at a very affordable rate.

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Triple Play and Smart Communities solutions are becoming the main trend and key Telecom Players in Cambodia are willing to partner with SingMeng to expand these solutions within the country, said Remy Huang, Chief Finance Officer at SingMeng.

“We are in partnership with Telecom Cambodia and MetFone to distribute our Contents and Entertainment Platform service to their customers and more are coming” Huang said.

Today, there are many high rise buildings that are being built in cities across the country, which show that Cambodians are eager to live in modern buildings and new communities.

Ngy Lim who leads the Sales Operation department at SingMeng Telemedia, said that Triple Play and Smart Community solutions have already been taken on by major real estate projects.

“One Park, Casa by Meridian on Diamond Island, Riviera or Rose Condo placed their trust in us, especially for our capacity to optimize the operating cost with a unified and simplified network and to guarantee our service through our one-stop shop centralized customer services which facilitate communications,” Lim said.

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What SingMeng offers begins with its “backbone” – the latest DWDM and more than 6,000 kilometers of fiber optic cable, which allows it to provide the fastest and most reliable Internet and streaming speed in the country.

“SingMeng offer skillful services and reasonable prices for the people of Cambodia, who will get the best, one-stop solution for connectivity,” Chairman and Chief Executive Office Sarah Wang said.

On top of this, subscribers with the full package can also access SingMeng’s Smart Community services.

With this feature, the residents and manager of a large hotel or huge residential complex can interact with each other and easily coordinate events, promote services, bill payment and any other logistics.

“We do believe that digital is the driving force of personal and collective progress,” Wang says, and “SingMeng intend to connect all people and to accompany them to their digital life in order for everyone to benefit from this digital revolution”, she adds
As Cambodia continues to develop, Wang and her team’s goal is to provide reliable and tailor-made solutions to a local clientele in a way that adds value, ease and fun to their lives. “Nowadays, the technology enables one single fiber to carry Triple Play service of Internet, video and voice at a much better quality,” she says.

“Triple Play and Smart solutions are perfect examples of the global trend of the convergence of multiple systems. It opens doors to a new digital experience, which is faster, more reliable and more enjoyable. This is what we have been pursuing and I do think it’s time to take our customer experience to the next level.”

At the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, it was proposed, “We will focus on the one belt one road, building and work to bring about a new phase of all-around two-way opening up with links running eastward and westward over land and sea.”

The telecommunications industry has its substantial strategic and commercial value for this national strategy.

SingMeng, as one of the leading Chinese companies with investment in Cambodia, will follow the “one belt one road” initiative and bring benefit to this country.

For more information, contact:
Add: No.29, St 592, Sangkat Boeung Kak II, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh. Tel: 023 860 666

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