Viettel and Vietnamobile are two names that stand out because of the “terrible” numbers of subscribers gained or lost.
Only 14 days, nearly 33,000 subscribers want to go to Viettel network
According to the latest report of the Department of Telecommunications (Ministry of Information and Communications), only in the first 14 days of March 2022, 32,952 subscribers registered to switch to Viettel network – the highest among the network service providers. number transfer service. In contrast, Vietnamobile is the operator that has been left the most by registered customers with 35,392 subscribers.
As a result, out of the above-mentioned number, 27,744 subscribers were transferred to Viettel successfully, and 33,045 subscribers successfully left Vietnamobile network. Compared with the low volatility of subscribers in MobiFone and VinaPhone, it can be seen that the shift in the first 14 days of March 2022 is mainly with Viettel network and Vietnamobile in two opposite directions.
Viettel is still the best deal in the “war” of switching networks to keep numbers.
Also according to this report, in the first 14 days of March 2022, Vietnamobile falsely denied 137 cases where Vietnamobile subscriber owners wanted to move to a good network. MobiFone, VinaPhone and Viettel, respectively, falsely denied 2 cases, 25 cases and 1 case. In case mobile subscribers still have problems with network transfer and keep the same number, they can contact the switchboard number. 18006099 (free call charges) of the Department of Telecommunications.
Notably, compared to the previous report in October 2021, the March 2022 report of the Department of Telecommunication has appeared with the name Mobicast. This is a young company, just established in mid-2020 with the reddi virtual mobile network (first number 055), operating based on cooperation using the infrastructure of partner carriers.
As of March 14, 2022, the Reddit network has attracted 895 subscribers to register to move in and only 29 subscribers to register to move. 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.
Mobicast provides a reddi virtual mobile network, and has just joined the network transfer to keep numbers.
Vietnamobile has lost more than 24% of its subscribers
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.
In which, Viettel has received a total of 1,550,743 new subscribers (from 1,987,556 registered subscribers). In contrast, Vietnamobile lost a total of 1,169,141 old subscribers (from 1,291,655 outgoing subscribers).
Of course, there will be gain and loss and vice versa. Viettel has lost a total of 623,021 old subscribers (from 1,550,743 subscribers), which is a bargain of 927,722 subscribers. And Vietnamobile has received 364 new subscribers (from 24,934 registered subscribers), so a loss of 1,168,777 subscribers.
On the side of VinaPhone and MobiFone, VinaPhone also has a higher total number of incoming subscribers than outgoing subscribers. In contrast, MobiFone shares the same fate with Vietnamobile as the number of incoming subscribers is less than the number of outgoing subscribers, but the fluctuation is not much. Thus, it can be understood that VinaPhone, Viettel and Mobicast are “embracing” the total number of lost subscribers of Vietnamobile and MobiFone (only commenting on the number, while the actual subscribers of the carriers move in many directions).
With a total loss of 1,169,141 customers to other carriers while receiving only 364 new customers, Vietnamobile is showing that they are really a “little fish” in the “war” of switching networks and keeping numbers. According to the Vietnam Information and Communications Technology White Paper 2020, Vietnamobile’s mobile subscribers to 2019 are more than 4.78 million, so they have lost more than 24% of the total number of subscribers in 2019.
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