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    Whether your family and friends live in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Da Nang, Haiphong or Bien Hoa, Vectone offers cheap calls to Vietnam from UK mobiles and the cheapest international call rates. It's time to save with our Free SIM card for Vietnam.

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We want to make national calls and international calls cheaper. We want to give our customers reduced cost calls to Vietnam and many other countries round the globe. Just imagine being able to call Vietnam for just 7p a minute!


Vectone Free SIM card for Vietnam

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Vietnam Calling Plans

Vietnam has for some years now been aggressively expanding its telecom national infrastructure and growing its subscriber bases across all market segments. The mobile market has been especially dynamic, internet is now certainly on the move, with broadband internet having taken off at last. The previously heavy reliance on DSL is changing with the wider deployment of wireless broadband services.

The significant presence of fixed-line services (teledensity of 17 per cent) throughout Vietnam has been against the global trend for a developing economy; although it is also noted that the fixed line numbers have declined slightly in recent years. There is no doubt that Vietnam’s telecom sector has been through a period of particularly strong growth. A general process of rationalisation has clearly been taking place in the market.