Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group

Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group, commonly abbreviated as VNPT, is a telecommunications company, owned by the Vietnamese Government, and the national post office of Vietnam. According to a list of UNDP in 2007, it is the second-largest company in Vietnam, just after the Vietnam Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development. It owns Vinaphone, one of the three largest mobile network operators in Vietnam.

Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT)
TypeState-owned company
IndustryTelecommunications
Founded2006
Headquarters57 Huynh Thuc Khang Str., Lang Ha Ward, Dong Da District, Ha Noi, Vietnam
Key people
Pham Duc Long, President & CEO
Tran Manh Hung, Chairman
ProductsPostal Equipment
Switching Equipment
Power Supply Equipment
Transmission Equipment
Terminal Equipment
Connection Equipment & Accessories
Lightning Protection Equipment
Optical Cables
Copper Cables
Software Manufactures
Printed Products
Plastic Products
ServicesData Transmission Services
Video Transmission Services
Satellite Services
Information System Solutions
Telephone Services
Postal Services
Revenue144.747 trillion VND (around $6.5bn)[1]
9.126 trillion VND (around $400m)[1]
Number of employees
>20,000
Websitevnpt.vn

The main business activities of VNPT include financial investment and capital trading in domestic and foreign markets; post, telecommunications, IT and backbone-based services in domestic and foreign markets, communications, and advertisements; exploration, consultation, design, installation and maintenance of telecommunications and IT works; manufacturing, production, import-export and supply of telecommunications and IT materials, and equipment; and office and real estates for release.

SubsidiariesEdit

VNPT has a large number of subsidiaries, the most important of which are the following:

  • Regional Members
  • VNPT-Vinaphone
  • VNPT-Net
  • VNPT-Media
  • VNPT-IT
  • VNPT-Technology

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Năm 2017, VNPT đạt tổng doanh thu 144.747 tỷ đồng". Retrieved 21 March 2018.

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