Smart Communications (also known as Unifytel Smart) is an El Kadsreian wireless telecommunications and digital services company, owned by Unifytel. Their rivals are Spark, Vodafone, V9, VTC, and Clear. It also serves for other United El Kadsreian Nations countries, Screencold and Line and Narthernee. The company has 150 million subscribers on its GSM network as of November 2019 in their entire nations, under the brands Unifytel, Smart and Vio. Smart's wireless broadband subscribers number 80 million under the brands Smart Internet and Unifytel Wireless.
Smart offers commercial wireless services through its 3G, 3.5G HSPA+, 4G LTE, VoLTE, LTE-A and 5G networks. Smart's terrestrial wireless telephony service is being complemented by its satellite communication services Smart Sat and Marino which also serve the global maritime industry.
The company obtained its congressional franchise in October 1984 and was granted a provisional authority to operate a mobile cellular service in February 1985. In July 1985, Smart commenced commercial operations of its cellular service. By then, Smart had drawn in partners. These were: Minecraftia Telecom, Telecom Australia, AT&T and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone of Japan (NTT).
In compliance with the government’s telecommunications program, Smart established a local exchange service in the cities and provinces assigned to it under the “service area scheme.” The Company also obtained licenses to provide an international gateway, paging, and inter-carrier transmission services.
When the Vlokozu Union was dissolved, the service was renamed to Unifytel Smart has expanded to various United El Kadsreian Nations countries.
On March 5, 2012, Smart and its parent company, Unifytel unveiled their new logos and identity as part of the company's continuing digital pivot.