Tags : Network


Cell Phone Operators Resolving Network Disruptions

BANGKOK, Jan 5 (TNA) – Three major cell phone operators in Thailand are now resolving their network disruptions following the impact of tropical storm ‘Pabuk’. The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) on Friday urgently invited the three operators including Advanced Info Services Public Co., Ltd. (AIS), True and the DTAC for discussions on Friday […]Read More


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


DTAC boosts this year’s investment

Total Access Communication is raising the annual investment budget this year from Bt12.5 billion to Bt14.5 billion, to expand its 3G service coverage. Petter Furberg, CEO for finance and accounting, said on Monday that the 3-year investment budget is maintained at Bt34 billion. Read more: The NationRead More


Thailand Mobile Operators warned to get ready for power crisis

BANGKOK, 29 March 2013 (NNT) – The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has urged all mobile network operators to be prepared for an energy crisis in April after Myanmar announced to close its gas pipelines for maintenance. NBTC Secretary-General Thakorn Tanthasit said the commission had sent a letter to all wireless service providers to […]Read More


DTAC fined 10 million baht for network failure

BANGKOK, 5 September 2012 (NNT) – Mobile phone service providers in Thailand are subjected to a minimum fine of 10 million baht if their networks fail to operate, according to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC). NBTC Secretary General Thakorn Tantasith reminded mobile phone service operators of the NBTC announcement following DTAC’s inability to […]Read More


Thailand’s DTAC mobile phone network down twice Tuesday

BANGKOK, Aug 28 – DTAC, Thailand’s second largest mobile operator, was bombarded with complaints Tuesday when its network was down – its second service disruption in less than a year. The network went off the air late this morning due to a failure in DTAC’s switching system in suburban Rangsit. Read more: MCOTRead More


Students in Bangkok linked to drug network

Two recently graduated Bangkok students have been arrested with 806,000 yaba tablets, and 1.5 kilograms of “ice” in their possession, Metropolitan Police Area 9 chief Ratsadakorn Yingyong said yesterday. The police investigation was a follow up from last year’s bust of a Taiwanese drug-dealing network, in which Karan Saeheng, in his 20s, was identified as […]Read More