Cambodian Network Outlines Expansion Plans
Published on: 5th Jul 2010
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Cambodian mobile network, QB has begun its planned expansion to cover Cambodia's entire population by the end of the year, according to CEO Alan Sinfield. In an interview with local newspaper, The Post, he noted that the network operator currently covers just Phnom Penh and six or seven other metropolitan areas.
"It's going to be hard to achieve [100 percent population coverage], but certainly that's our main goal," he said, though he declined to disclose the cost of the expansion or the number of towers to be added.
The plans have been backed by QB's parent company, Cambodian Advance Communications.
"Our investors view Cambodia as a developing country very positively, seeing great potential, and are keen to be a part of this," he said. He declined to reveal investors' identities.
On the web: The Post