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Suddenly, another network operator joined the network transfer to keep numbers-Information Technology

Saturday, March 19, 2022 20:22 PM (GMT+7)

They have attracted many times more subscribers to move in than subscribers to move out.

After about 3.5 years of service switch network keep number was deployed in Vietnam with the original participating carriers MobiFone, VinaPhone, Viettel, Vietnamobile, recently, the latest report of the Department of Telecommunication (Ministry of Information and Communications) has appeared with the name Mobicast.

Suddenly, another network operator joined the network transfer to keep the number - 1

Mobicast provides the reddi virtual mobile network.

Mobicast is a young company, just established in mid-2020 with the reddi virtual mobile network (first number 055), operating based on the cooperation in using the infrastructure of the partner network. It’s not clear when Redi officially joined the number-keeping network, but the initial numbers they have achieved are quite positive.

As of March 14, 2022, they have attracted 895 subscribers to register to move in and only 29 subscribers to register to move out. As a result, there were 808 subscribers successfully transferred and 19 subscribers transferred successfully. With the number of subscribers moving in is many times higher than the number of subscribers moving out, it can be seen that participating in network transfer to keep numbers is a step in the right direction of Mobicast to find new customers.

As for the overview of network transfer from November 16, 2018 to March 14, 2022, a total of 3,886,572 subscribers of MobiFone, VinaPhone, Viettel, Vietnamobile and Mobicase registered to switch networks. As a result, 2,758,190 subscribers have successfully switched networks, accounting for about 89.9% of the total number of registered subscribers.

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