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Mobile phone rates down 20 per cent from May 1


After terminating the application of a 50 per cent promotion for prepaid subscribers from March 1, mobile call rates between operators will be decreased from May 1.

The Ministry of Information and Communications issued Circular 48/2017 regulating mobile rates for mobile operators.

Accordingly, from May 1, the fee for voice calls between two mobile networks will apply as follows.

In case of a call to a Viettel number, the outgoing mobile network must pay for Viettel VNĐ400 per minute. For calls to subscribers of Mobifone, Vinafone, VietnamMobile, Gtel, the outgoing mobile network will pay VNĐ440 per minute.

Previously, the fee was regulated from VNĐ500 to VNĐ550 per minute.

Therefore, the new rate will be 20 per cent lower than the current charge.



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