Ministry considers allowing bets via e-wallets, telecommunications accounts The Ministry of Finance is drafting an amendment to the decree on business of betting on horse racing, greyhound racing and international football, which would allow the payment of bets via e-wallets or mobile accounts. … [Read more...] about How will mobile money affect e-wallets?
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The group is also announcing a free roaming charge for Mytel’s customers who call from Vietnam to Myanmar or vice versa while roaming in either country, forming a region of four countries (Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia) without international roaming charges, if they use Viettel’s mobile network. … [Read more...] about Viettel launches mobile network in Myanmar
The 4-hectare horse farm includes office, accommodation for soldiers, horse-breeding area, training space and grazing land. There are around 109 horses, including 30 horses on pregnancy and 4 new-born horses in the farm. Soldiers get up at 5AM every day for training activity with horses. About 70 horses will spend over five hours a day for training section on a fixed timeline from 7AM to 10:30AM and from 2PM to 4PM. Horses are taken care of, have their health checked regularly. Each horse can gallop at its maximal speed of 70-80 kilometers an hour. … [Read more...] about Horse-training day of cavalry soldiers at Ba Van horse farm
"If I lose a match or a virtual life, I will play until I win. And if I win, I will play until my Mom tells me to come downstairs for dinner," said Le Hoang Thanh An, a university student in Ho Chi Minh City's District 11. Calling himself a game addict, An said he would give up on games when he graduates. … [Read more...] about Online gaming ensnares Vietnamese youngsters
An MVNO is a wireless communications services provider that does not own the wireless network infrastructure over which it provides services to its customers. This form of operation is very popular in the European market but is still a new beast in Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Virtual network developers face big Vietnam task