There are some companies doing telecommunication business in Cambodia and for relate mobile and fixed service each companies. you need to click on logo of companies. It will link and show you detail information of mobile service and fixed service.
Mobile & Fixed
CamGSM, commercially known as Cellcard, is Cambodia’s leading and fully-integrated info-communications company, offering a full range of information, communications and entertainment services for both consumer and corporate markets.
According to statistics from Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPTC), Metfone had taken over Mobitel to lead the market in 2010. In other words, Metfone has jumped from the eigth to the first position, gaining 46% market share in mobile services.
Smart Axiata Co., Ltd., a mobile telecommunications company of Cambodia, serves currently over 7.5 million subscribers under the ‘Smart’ brand. Smart Axiata is part of Axiata Group Berhad, one of the largest telecommunications groups in Asia with over 260 million customers.
Telecommunications company Xinwei (Cambodia) Telecom Co Ltd, operating under the CooTel brand, officially being the first operator to offer 4G technology in the country.
South East Asia Telecom Group Pte Ltd (SEATEL Group) was established in 2014 in Singapore as a mobile telecom and ISP investor in ASEAN region. South East Asia Telecom (Cambodia) Co, Ltd (SEATEL Cambodia), founded in 2014, the subsidiary of SEATELGroup in Cambodia.
Camintel Co., Ltd. was established in May 1995 as a telecommunication operator, Camintel S.A, a Société Anonyme. It was the first ever joint venture company between private company and Cambodian government. After many years of experience for Joint Venture, Camintel is now a member of BOOYOUNG group since 2013, one of the biggest construction companies in Korea. Now BOOYOUNG is the sole shareholder of Camintel.
Telecom Cambodia (TC) is a state corporation of Cambodia, and is the principal telecom company of that country. The company was launched in 2006 as part of the Royal Government’s Second Mandate, by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, which up until then had operated the country’s telecom network itself. The head offices of the company are located in Phnom Penh. TC provides service to every province of Cambodia.