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Vietnam Communication

Vietnam Information

Infrastructure, including communications, is getting better and better in Vietnam. Internet accesss is provided in all major hotels and resorts and the postal service operates 24 hours a day.

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Postal Service

Postal services are generally reliable. Post offices are open from 06:00 - 20:00, including weekends and holidays. EMS (Express Mail Service) is available from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to more than 30 countries as well as for domestic 24 hour deliveries. 

Telephone

Local calls from hotels and restaurants are normally free of charge, long distance call charges are reasonable, but hotels may be expensive - check beforehand. 

Newspapers

The daily English-language Vietnam News provides good coverage of foreign news and sports. 

Email/Internet

Shut down in 1997, Internet cafes are now re-appearing. Email/internet access is also available in hotels and guesthouses. 

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