Vietnam Aims To Boost Mobile Industry At Industry Summit 2010

By Editor
January 18, 2010

Key Insights Into Wimax Deployment And Post Roll-out Strategies Are On Schedule At The Vietnam Mobile & Broadband International Summit 2010

Hanoi, Vietnam (January 18, 2010) / — Mobile phone usage in Vietnam is big and getting bigger. From pre-teens to over-60s, it seems everyone in Vietnam has a mobile phone, or even two. In fact, mobile phone ownership in Vietnam is far higher than that of developing neighbors; 74 percent of people in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi own a mobile; over half (58 percent) of the urban population and a third (37 percent) in rural areas. That’s quite an astonishing figure when compared to China and India, two countries developing at a rapid pace.

Vietnamese consumers are resilient and despite the global economic crisis, they remain relatively positive. Vietnam consumers are ranked the 9th most confident worldwide, according to a recent Global Consumer Confidence study released.

The Vietnam Mobile & Broadband International Summit 2010 will be held March 25-26, 2010, in Hanoi. This is a great opportunity to learn about some of the following areas: Key Development initiatives for Telecommunications sector in Vietnam; Current state of play for foreign partners and qualitative methods; Local specific case studies for Value Added Services;3G optimization strategies; Case Examples from mature markets in Europe & Asia; Pricing Strategies; Technology perspectives & developments : Wimax vs LTE vs SAT; Finance & Investment opportunities explored; Mobile / Carrier Applications stores lifecycle planning.

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