The average income of three telecom giants' employees. Unit: USD per month, Viettel has yet to publish its data 2018 VNPT: tripling in five years At the meeting between Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue and VNPT in the first working day after Tet (Lunar New Year), Pham Duc Long, VNPT’s general director reported about the group’s operations. Accordingly, the average income of VNPT employees in 2018 was about VND28 million ($1,217) per month. This is a very surprising number. Five years ago, VNPT began restructuring its operations and employees’ salary at the time was VND11.7 million ($509) per month. “During the restructuring, VNPT has focused on creating mechanisms to motivate employees, then synchronously deploying the 3P salary scale and BSC/KPI (Balance Scored/Key Performance Indicators) evaluation criteria throughout the corporation. This motivated employees to improve their efficiency, productivity, and income,” Long said. Deputy Prime Minister … [Read more...] about Average income in telecommunications through the roof
Leaders of telecommunication enterprises expect to participate in e-payment services. — Photo zing.vnViet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc said the Government had agreed to pilot the use of mobile phone accounts to pay for goods and services. Speaking at a conference with the Ministry of Information and Communications on Tuesday, the Prime Minister asked units to begin the use of payments via mobile phone. “The government agrees to the use of telecommunication accounts in order to boost e-payment services, making it not the sole responsibility of banks,” the Prime Minister stressed. Nguyễn Mạnh Hùng, Minister of Information and Communications, said that the telecommunication infrastructure was not only for communications, but had become the infrastructure of the digital economy, digital society and of the fourth industrial revolution. The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) expected … [Read more...] about PM agrees to the use of telecommunication accounts for payment
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota regulators say a major telecommunications company has failed to provide "adequate or reliable service" and needs to fix its problems and refund money to some customers. The Minnesota Department of Commerce report released Friday says Frontier Communications may have violated at least 35 Minnesota laws and regulations, citing shoddy service, lax record-keeping and inadequate investment in its own network. Frontier said in a statement that that while service problems occasionally arise it "strongly disagrees" with the Commerce Department's findings. The statement said Frontier is an "ethical company committed to our customers and the Minnesota communities we serve." The investigation was ordered last year by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission after the agency was flooded by complaints from Frontier's patrons. Frontier has about 90,000 mainly rural customers in Minnesota. … [Read more...] about Report blasts major Minnesota telecommunications company
From 5G networks to the Internet of Things, from clouds to optical fibre. The next chapter in the history of telecommunications will be written by these technologies. How is the industry of this sector preparing the new revolution which will change the way we communicate? This edition of Target takes a closer look. The telecommunications sector is ready for a new huge step forward. Growth in this market is expected to continue over the next few years as demand for data services is increasing. Safe and faster connections, the Internet of Things and data storage are critical for businesses and the day-to-day life of consumers. "How will our ways of communication change in the near future? What new leap is the telecommunications industry preparing? At the Capacity Europe conference, in London, the giants of this sector have unveiled the next stages of this revolution: 5G networks, new types of clouds and optical fibre," reports euronews' Claudio Rosmino. The standards and performance … [Read more...] about 5G, blockchain and IoT: what does the future of telecommunications look like?
By Thuy Lien  December 24, 2018 | 10:38 am GMT+7 Jordan Nguyen, a Vietnamese-Australian engineer, is the narrator in a Discovery documentary featuring Vietnam-led telecommunications development in East Africa. Photo courtesy of Red Bridge Production A new documentary by the Discovery channel shows how Vietnam is carrying out a telecommunications revolution in East Africa. The 24-minute documentary will air on Discovery Southeast Asia on December 27. The documentary shows the role of Vietnamese companies in the ongoing telecommunications revolution in East Africa with 3G and 4G platforms as well as in connecting developed countries in the world. Led by Jordan Nguyen, a Vietnamese-Australian inventor and engineer, the film explores each stage of telecommunications technology development, from infrastructure construction in Tanzania, to bringing mobile services to remote villages in Mozambique. "The film honors the dexterity and sophistication of Vietnamese people, … [Read more...] about Vietnam revolutionizing telecommunication in Africa: Discovery channel