Vietnam's military-run telecom group Viettel, through its Peru-based subsidiary Bitel, has announced to further invest $250 million in the South America country to increase the number of local ...
DAR ES SALAAM Oct 15 (Reuters) - Vietnam's ambitious state-run telecoms operator Viettel launched mobile and internet services in Tanzania on Thursday after investing $736 million in East Afric...
2/2014: Receive investment license in Burundi.
3/2013: Official launch of mobile services in East Timor.
8/2013: Viettel Global’s Extra-Ordinary Shareholders Meeting made decision on 3 major issues:
- Change the Company’s Vietnamese name from: “Company” to “Corporation”;
- Increase share capital from VND 6,219,052,000,000 up to VNĐ 12,438,112,000,000;
- Supplement: "Rent of machines, equipment and other tangible facilities" to the Business Registration of the Company.
5/2012: official launch and started telecommunications services provision in the Mozambique.
7/2012: Viettel Global won the tender of an investment license in East Timor.
12/2012: Viettel Global won the tender of the 3rd mobile license in Cameroon.
9/2011: official launch of telecommunications services in Haiti.
2/2010: establishment of Viettel Overseas Co., Ltd to implement the investment project on the expansion of the telecommunications network in Haiti.
11/2010: Viettel Global won the tender of the investment project of a telecommunications network in Mozambique.
2/2009: official launch of telecommunications network in Cambodia, started business operation and services provision in the country.
10/2009: official launch of telecommunications services in Laos.
1/2008: Viettel Global received the investment project in Cambodia from Viettel Group.
2/2008: Viettel Global concluded a joint venture contract with Lao Asian Telecom (LAT) to establish Star Telecom Co., Ltd. in which Viettel holds 49% share capital, officially started investment in Laos.
Viettel Global Investment JSC was established according to the Business Registration Certificate no. 0102409426 issued on October 24, 2007 by the Department of Planning and Investment of Hanoi city. The initial share capital was 960 billion VND