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Viber unveils tools for boosting Business Communications in Cambodia

If you company is looking to better communicate effectively with customers in Cambodia then Rakuten Viber offers an effective solution, Viber’s Head of Business Development for Southeast Asia, Anubhav Nayyar, told assembled Cambodian business leaders at Raintree on Wednesday night.
With more than 1 billion users worldwide, the app is clearly popular, but comes up … More

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Pleng: Smart Axiata’s revamped Cambodian mobile music service

Music lovers across Cambodia rejoice, listening to your favourite songs has just gotten better, with the launch of Pleng — which offers online and offline access to more than 1 million Cambodian and international songs, and a range of radio-streaming channels caterings to all music tastes.
Drawing on Smart’s earlier Smart Music app, Pleng … More

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MyAPP: Rethinking how services are ordered in Cambodia

A new Cambodian app, MyAPP Service, aims to offer Cambodians a convenient way to order services and professional support, and is the brainchild of Sreysung Kam, a recent graduate of the SHE Investment Accelerator Programme, and her husband.
Geeks in Cambodia spoke with Ms. Kam to learn more about the service which is due to … More

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Cashless Payments in Cambodia?

In the past few years, Cambodians have adopted cashless payments and money transfers, boosted by high smartphone penetration and cheap mobile data.
Cambodia has traditionally had low formal banking interactions,  preferring cash and gold for spending and saving, yet the digital revolution that has changed the way people across the world interact, communicate and shop, … More

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RUPP Unveils App on Khmer Rouge

As a new generation of young Cambodians learn about the Khmer Rouge era in school, technological advancements such as the Mapping Memories Cambodia (MMC) platform are leveraging geotagging to help tell what happened across the country during the tumultuous and brutal years.
Created by young students of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) at … More

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