Vietnam is putting considerable effort into modernization and expansion of its telecommunication system. Having come late to the Internet, Vietnam is only now starting to explore the possibilities to be found in higher Internet access speeds. The initial roll-out of some broadband services has been followed by a strong surge in growth, but broadband remains on a relatively small scale and in need of a stronger market focus by the providers.

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Brodynt positions as a one-stop-shop for international companies willing to contract the most suitable business broadband solution in Vietnam in regards to their specific needs, while avoiding having to deal with multiple national providers who are mostly not prepared for global billing and support. Please feel free to contact us and learn more about our solutions and services in Vietnam.


The Internet penetration rate in Vietnam was slightly over 70% by the end of 2018. Plans for 5G deployment include repurposing GSM spectrum and granting licenses for spectrum in the 2.6GHz range to increase network quality. Ho Chi Minh City is also set to become the first smart city in Vietnam, focusing on cloud computing infrastructure, big data, data warehouses, and data centres.


Fixed broadband penetration in Vietnam is still relatively low. The main reason for this is the reduced number of fixed lines and the prevalence of the mobile platform. Fixed broadband access is dominated by DSL although fibre has concentrated public development efforts in the last few years, and growth is mostly based on expanding existing infrastructure. Growth in Vietnam’s mobile market over the past few years has been rather low, partly because of high penetration. Market expansion is also hindered by the fact that Internet speeds are generally low, partly because, although there is good connectivity via submarine cables, frequent service interruptions have given the country a reputation for unreliable connectivity. The Vietnam Telecommunication Authority (VNTA) is the regulatory agency in the country.


Vietnam is a densely populated developing country that has been transitioning from the rigidities of a centrally-planned economy since 1986. Vietnamese authorities have reaffirmed their commitment to economic modernization and a more open economy.

The Vietnamese authorities have been oscillating between promoting growth and emphasizing macroeconomic stability in recent years. Poverty has declined significantly, and Vietnam is working to create jobs to meet the challenge of a labor force that is growing by more than one million people every year.

Vietnam is trying to reform its economy by restructuring public investment, state-owned enterprises, and the banking sector, although Hanoi’s progress in meeting its goals is lagging behind the proposed schedule. Vietnam’s economy continues to face challenges from an undercapitalized banking sector and nonperforming loans.


The incumbent operator is the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT), which spun off from the Department General of Posts and Telecommunications after the separation of regulatory and commercial functions of the latter in 1990. VNPT is a telecommunications company, owned by the Vietnamese Government, and the national post office of Vietnam. Its 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; as well as exploration, consultation, design, installation and maintenance of telecommunications and IT appliances. VNPT also has subsidiaries for mobile and Internet services.


Hanoi Thang Long Data Center
NTT Communications Corporation
4 Hanoi
For security reasons this is not the exact location of the data center. However, it is located within 30 minutes by car from downtown Hanoi.

FPT Data Center
FPT Data Center
FPT Cau Giay Building located at Lot B2 – Cau Giay Small Industry and Industrial Handicraft making C
84 Hanoi

GDS Hanoi Thanglong
Global Data Service
000-0000 Hanoi
For security reasons this is not the exact location of the data center. However, it is located within 15km from the city center.

TELEHOUSE Vietnam Hanoi
FPT Cau Giay Building located at Lot B2 – Cau Giay Small Industry and Industrial Handicraft making C
844 Hanoi

Hanel-CSF Data Center
Hanel-CSF Co. Ltd.
Sai Dong B Industrial Park, Long Bien district
70000 Hanoi

72000 Binh Duong New City
For security reasons this is not the exact location of the data center. However, it is located within 40 km from Ho Chi Minh City.

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