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Metfone: Digital Transformation That Leaves No-one Behind

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Metfone: Digital Transformation That Leaves No-one Behind

Phnom Penh – The leading Telecommunications and Digital Technology company Metfone has announced that the most comprehensive and inclusive digital transformation plan it’s committed to implement would leave no-onebehind in the ever-changing digital society.

Under the plan, the company is to universalize telecommunications infrastructure and services to cover all corners and most remote areas in Cambodia to make them accessible to everyone, according to Metfone’s vice general director.

Mr. Nhong Dinthan, Vice General Director of Metfone, said the company’s digital transformation would ensure that all people across the country could access to and use quality network, advanced technology and digital services deployed by the company.

“Our goal is to popularize telecommunications to all corners and most remote areas, so that everyone could benefit from our advanced technology and digital services,” Mr. Nhong Dinthan said.

“At Metfone, we are committed to leaving no-one behind in the digital society we are building, thereby promoting to inclusive and sustainable digital transformation of the country,” he added.

With its 5-year strategy from 2021 to 2025, Metfone continue to further develop in a sustainable manner to be in keeping with the development trends in the context of global technology transformation. Under this development strategy, the company sets a mission to create a connected digital society with the very goal to make Metfone a leading telecommunications and digital technology company in Cambodia.

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Metfone has a great deal in and been expanding digital platforms with outstanding products rolled that have modernized traditional approaches such as CamID (Super app), School Information System (SIS), E-money (E-wallet), etc. in an effort to build a connected digital society in Cambodia. For these products, Metfone was recently named as the Grand Globee Winners of the Globee Awards' 8th annual 2021 International Best in Business Awards.

Metfone has been pioneering to accompany the Cambodia government to implement its national digital transformation program. The company has so far worked closely with government ministries and agencies to implement digital transformation projects in many fields including education, health and transportation.

As one of the leading companies in the field of telecommunications and digital technology sectors, Metfone has the largest network infrastructures serving some 9 million customers all over the country.

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