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From: email@example.com (cambodiamgr)
Date: 15 Aug 95 11:53:00 +1000
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Samphea)
Subject: Cambodia connectivity
Aloha, how are you doing?
Have been busy in your work after return from Hawaii?
I am happy to receive message from you, but SORRY for
delaying the reply to you -- now, I am rather busy in
Well, at the moment, I am currently using Fido technology
network which is stored and forward system, my network system is
the local host in Phnom Penh, Cambodia which provided E-Mail
service to some NGOs working in Cambodia now I have 45 users --
I have 3 times per day [6:30 am, 12:30 pm, 19:30 pm] connection
to Australia (Pactok Network Hub in Sydney), so all of outgoing and incoming
mail messages of every user (45 NGOs) were
sent and received via my system (Phnom Penh Host).
There are three categories of membership of CCCNet, the current
annual rates for membership are:
International Organizations or UN NGO: $ 755
Foreign NGOs. associate members of the CCC, and others $ 555
Local NGOs: $ 355. There is no extra charge of these.
In Phnom Penh, as I know there were about three of E-Mail
service providers: 1st my network called CCCNet, 2nd Toolnet
in PADEK NGO they have connection to Amsterdam, Netherlands
, 3rd UniLink which is a commercial private company they
have more than one connection, to Hong Kong, UK, Singapore
Thailand and others, but the charge to hookup was more
expensive than the others, because they are commercial
Next year, my network system will be migrated from a Fido
technology network to a TCP/IP network by dial-up links
between the network hub and the subnet hosts.
As I know, SPRINT US company have promised (in June/July, 95) to provide a free
Internet connection to Cambodia, but
now they can't provide the services, because PTT Cambodia
have no satelite for them -- the PTT Cambodia are talking with
Telstra (Australian telephone company) to let SPRINT use Telstra
satelite for a free Internet links to Cambodia, and so far
I have heard from Mr. Koy Kim Sea, under-secretary of
state of PTT said that however it will be possible to
have an Internet connection to Cambodia.
I think that all I want to say, but if you need any
more info. just ask me will help you asap I can.
Organization: Cooperation Committee for Cambodia
Address: #35, St. 178, Sangkat Psar Thmey 3, Phnom Penh
Contact person: Samphea Rul
Voice: 855-23-26009 / 62494
Host: Pactok Network Hub Sydney (Australia)
Node name: 90:855/100.0