The impending wave of copycat apps, all in Khmer and tailored to local consumers, is down to the work of a single newcomer to the local telecommunications industry: Mobimedia, an Australian company that started out eight years ago providing relatively primitive mobile phone SMS subscription services to the South Pacific island nation of Fiji.Suva, the capital of Fiji, isn’t exactly Silicon Valley, but that was one of the reasons for the fledgling tech company’s success.
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