Telephone and Internet services

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Many peoples is wondering if once has arriving to Laos, what is the best phone and internet services? Which one is the most convenience, cheap, and better? The phone and net services in Laos today is quite convenience and easier to access and bring people to connect each other with internet services such as 3G and 4G also available today.

The phone and internet service are available for both cell phone sim cards, and net sim cards. For a net sim card, it should be aware if the phone is limited to 3G, then should use 3G sim net.

The sim net is can use for both, cell phone and pocket WIFI, and please do not forget user name and passwords.

Pocket WIFI, most use in Laos, also aware some may use only with 3G net sim

Simple pocket WIFI use 4G net sim


Lao telecom.

How to refill your credit? 

*121*…………# dial

How to check your credit?

*122#

How to know your number?

*110#

 

Sim net, use Sim net is lower price and it only allow to use for internet only.

Lao telecom 4 G sim card

Laotelecom 3G sim card

Refill phone credit cards

How to refill your internet credit?

 

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For more information
http://www.laotel.com/en/

 

http://s-max.jp/archives/1669709.html


Beeline

 

Beeline

Beeline can also provide similar services like other provider, but Beeline is mostly limited for the city only, but Beeline can make easier for calling to the same network in Vietnam and Cambodia.

http://deets.feedreader.com/beeline.la/

How to refill your credit? 

*121*…………# dial

How to check your credit?

*122#

How to know your number?

*110#

How to refill your internet credit?

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Beeline sim card

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Beeline refill cards


 

 

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Nam Ngiep 1 Project Starts Impounding Water

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Nam Ngiep 1 Project Starts Impounding Water

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Japanese project furthers wood processing in Laos

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Japanese project furthers wood processing in Laos

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN) – The project was funded by Okawa City in Japan through the Okawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry at a cost of $600,000.

A project for developing human resources in the wood processing industry has achieved success, helping to improve the quality of wood products and provide new marketing tools for Laos.

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce’s Industry and Handicrafts Department and the Okawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry yesterday organised a final workshop to summarise the project, which ran over a period of two years.

The cooperation project was funded by Okawa City in Japan through the Okawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry at a cost of US$600,000.

The project began in 2015 and will end next year, aiming to develop human resources in the wood processing industry.

Human resource development was important in all areas of work as it was key to development, and especially this project, officials noted, which was enabling the efficient use of raw materials and improved production standards. The government considers human resource development as an important issue especially in the wood processing industry and forest management.

It is in line with Prime Ministerial Order No. 15, which aims to ensure the effective management and use of timber through the processing and adding of value to products before their export.

The project has provided wood processing training on eight occasions and furniture processing training on seven occasions.

Those to undergo the training included Lao carpenters and teachers from different furniture manufacturers, sawmills and vocational schools, under the supervision of Japanese carpenters, according to the press release.

The project also held wood and furniture processing training in Japan, especially in Okawa City, and selected two carpenters to participate in the Asean labour contest in Malaysia.

The course helped improve participants’ skills and increased their labour knowledge in the wood and furniture processing industry to add more value to the projects produced.

Participants also increased their understanding about how to maintain and use wood machines, wood and furniture processing techniques, colour painting, transportation and exhibitions.

Despite the project period being short, it still helped develop Lao skills in the furniture and wood processing industry according to Industry and Handicrafts Department Director General, Mr Manohak Rasachack .

The workshop was co-chaired by the Director of the Okawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr Yuichiro Tsumura.

Source: Vientiane Times

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Tokyo to link aviation agreements with Cambodia, Laos

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anuary 4, 2015 7:00 am JST

Direct flights on the horizon

Tokyo to link aviation agreements with Cambodia, Laos

The Japanese government hopes the agreements will increase visitor traffic from the two countries as well as promote investment and trade.

TOKYO — The Japanese government is expected to execute bilateral civil air transportation agreements with Cambodia and Laos later this month. Tokyo hopes the agreements will increase visitor traffic from the two countries as well as promote investment and trade.

     The agreements will allow airline operators to set up direct flights between Japan and Laos and between Japan and Cambodia. Once the agreements are finalized, carriers in Japan will be able to operate direct flights to all 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

      Only around 4,000 tourists visit Japan annually from each of the two countries, but the numbers are increasing. Tokyo began issuing multiple-entry visas, good for a period of up to three years, to citizens of Cambodia and Laos last November, hoping to capitalize on the two nations’ growth potential, seen as the highest among ASEAN members.

     Cambodia and Laos have also been receiving global attention as potential alternative manufacturing bases in Asia should production activities in Thailand, one of biggest manufacturers in the region in the past few years, run into difficulty. The introduction of direct flights to the two countries is expected to further encourage Japanese businesses to set up operations there.

     Currently, roughly 170 Japanese companies have offices or bases in Cambodia, up from about 40 in 2009. Laos, meanwhile, is home to around 120 Japanese businesses, double the number from two years ago.

     The agreements need to be approved at a regular session of Japan’s Diet in January before taking effect. Kazuyuki Nakane, parliamentary vice-minister for foreign affairs, will visit the two countries and sign the agreement in mid-January.

Source: http://asia.nikkei.com/

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