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News

TOT to reduce monthly fee for home phone users

The state-owned TOT Plc will consider lowering its 107-baht monthly fee and phone rates for home phone users in its bid to stop cancellation of home phone use. The plan was revealed by TOT vice president Anurut Uthairat as the home phone use is gradually losing to the ever-growing popularity of mobile phones. Full story: […]Read More

News

New scandal embroils TOT, power firms

A new bribery scandal has emerged potentially landing three more state enterprise agencies in hot water as investigations get under way. The fresh scandal involves the Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) and TOT Plc. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST ONLINE REPORTERSRead More

Phuket

Electric shock puts Phuket TOT worker in hospital

PHUKET: A Phuket TOT worker was rushed to hospital after suffering an electric shock while installing cables near the Baan Kamala Intersection yesterday afternoon. Kamala rescue workers arrived at the scene at about 2pm, where they found two men attempting to remove 19-year-old Boonlong Taweepa from a hodge-podge of wires, Lt Solae Damad of the […]Read More

Technology

TOT unveils communication technology to save more lives

BANGKOK, 4 July 2014 (NNT) – TOT has established the TOT Help Call Center, an innovation by the TOT to equip home phones with an emergency call button. TOT has combined with the National Institute for Emergency Medicine to promote 1669, an organization established to play a role in the management of emergency medical services. […]Read More

Bangkok

Anti-government protesters break into DSI, CAT Telecom, TOT

Anti-government protesters break into DSI, CAT Telecom, using chain to lock doors preventing staff from entering, occupying TOT. Since their website is down, here is the original tweet from MCOT: Anti-government protesters break into DSI, CAT Telecom, using chain to lock doors preventing staff from entering, occupying TOT — MCOT English News (@MCOT_Eng) November 30, […]Read More

News

Suthep set to paralyse government, protesters heading to TOT and

Plans to seize government house, ministries, key agencies like royal Thai police headquarters, CAT and TOT offices; Yingluck readies ‘war room’, to counter protest with publicity updates. Suthep Thaugsuban, leader of the Civil Movement for Democracy, declared last night that tomorrow would be the “day of people’s victory” when protesters plan to occupy key ministries, […]Read More

Technology

250,000 free Wi-Fi spots for Thailand next year

BANGKOK, Oct 4 – Free Wi-Fi service will be accessible at 250,000 sites throughout Thailand next year, with a jump to 400,000 spots in 2015, according to ICT minister Anudit Nakornthap. He said True Corporation became the latest private company to offer free Wi-Fi service for Internet users at 50,000 locations, in addition to 50,000 […]Read More