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NBTC Proposes National Committee to Push For 5G Development

BANGKOK, Sept 23 (TNA) — The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) proposed Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha form a national committee to push for the development of 5G communications. NBTC secretary-general Takorn Tantasith said that he sent the proposal to the prime minister along with a report on the ASEAN Telecommunication Regulators’ Council meeting that […]Read More

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Seven struggling digital TV channels return licenses

Operators of seven struggling digital TV channel today returned their licenses to the broadcast regulator, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), bringing the number of digital TV channels still operating in Thailand down from 22 to just 15. Letters expressing intent to withdraw from the terrestrial digital TV business were submitted to the NBTC […]Read More

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Pro-Thaksin Voice TV temporarily goes off air

Voice TV, a pro-Thaksin digital broadcaster known for its critical coverage of the military, went off the air at midnight as ordered by the broadcast regulator. “Temporarily off air as ordered by NBTC,” is a message spread across the screen of the channel instead of its normal programs. Full story: thaipbsworld.com By Thai PBS WorldRead More

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Admin court gives redress to Dtac’s 850 Mhz phone users

The Central Administrative Court has ordered the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) to provide redress to mobile phone subscribers using 850 megahertz spectrum of Total Access Communications (Dtac) until December 15. Dtac’s concession for 850 Mhz spectrum is due to expire on midnight of September 15 and this will affect the remaining Dtac’s phone […]Read More

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NBTC to cut off Dtac’s 850MHz customers on Saturday night

The board of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) on Wednesday resolved not to allow any leeway for mobile phone subscribers using the expiring 850-megahertz spectrum concession of Total Access Communication Plc (Dtac). Six of the seven members of the NBTC board took part in the meeting on Wednesday morning. Four voted against offering […]Read More

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DTAC expiry hangs over NBTC

Over 1 million mobile customers using Total Access Communication’s (DTAC) 850-megahertz spectrum network will be disconnected from mobile service after Sept 15, as the board of the telecom regulator will likely cut off the mobile network service after the concession expires. Furthermore, all 21 million DTAC customers will lose their mobile connection in areas the […]Read More

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Limits set on number of SIM cards individuals can buy

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission has decided to impose a cap on the number of SIM cards that each individual subscriber can buy. NBTC secretary-general Takorn Tanthasit said that under the new measure endorsed by the regulator, each individual subscriber can buy a maximum of five SIM cards from each of the mobile phone […]Read More

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900 and 1800 Mhz concession auctions postponed while new NBTC

BANGKOK, 12 April 2018 (NNT) – Auctions for 900 and 18000 Mhz frequency concessions set to expire this September 15 have been pushed out to until a new National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is formed. NBTC Secretary-General Takorn Tantasit reported that a recent meeting of the NBTC board decided to delay the drafting of […]Read More