The WB’s project is divided into six sub-projects on six different fields and totally valued at $35 million.

Movitel will directly run three out of the six sub-projects, with a total value of $20.5 million.

Movitel offers services to people in Mozambique.

Mr. Do Manh Hung, General Director of Viettel Global, emphasized that Movitel has been selected to carry out a major project of the WB in Mozambique primarily, as it has the advantages in network coverage and superior infrastructure. It is also the only enterprise in Mozambique to offer the most comprehensive technical solutions supporting local people in withdrawing, transferring and paying money in the region without mobile networks but by using magnetic cards. Moreover, Movitel has won much credibility, as it has successfully been implementing various projects for the Government of Mozambique, including project to build public telecommunications stations and project to install an intra-network and provide network connection service for the local ministries.

Since early this month, Movitel has been implementing a $6.4 million sub-project in Nampula province. When it is completed, it will provide money transfer and withdrawal services for 100,000 poor households in Nampula with a total transaction capacity of more than $1 million per month. Nampula, the business center in the North of Mozambique, is also known as the “Capital of the North,” with an area of 79,010 and a population of more than 4 million people.

After Nampula, Movitel will continue to implement other sub-projects of the WB in other provinces, including Cabo, Niassa, Tete and Manica.

B2B is creating a new growth space for Viettel Global in international markets. In so doing, Viettel Global is gradually shifting from traditional telecommunications network services to IT solutions and digital transformation. Viettel Global’s subsidiaries in foreign markets have been selected for many large projects. Particularly, Bitel, Viettel’s brand in Peru, signed a contract worth $27 million with the Peruvian Ministry of Education; Telemor, Viettel’s brand in East Timor, signed two contracts worth more than $1 million with the Ministry of Communications and Transport and Ministry of Agriculture of East Timor. It is also implementing a series of B2B projects, such as surveillance camera project for the Ministry of Homeland Security and mobile service solution project in Tanzania; a project to build a Household Database network for the Lao Government; a project to develop an e-Government solution for the Cambodian Ministry of Post and Telecommunications.

In fact, its presence and network coverage in the most remote and difficult areas bring Movitel chances to win multi-million-dollar projects.

Translated by Thu Nguyen