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CAT, DTAC to discuss 4G wireless broadband partnership

CAT TELECOM will talk with Total Access Communication (DTAC) this week about a possible priority partnership to develop a 4G wireless broadband service on the state agency’s idle 20MHz bandwidth of 1800MHz. The move follows the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission’s recent approval for CAT to upgrade the use of its idle bandwidth to provide […]Read More

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TrueMove Thailand’s first provider to launch 4G

BANGKOK, May 8 – TrueMove on Wednesday launched its fourth-generation (4G) wireless connection as Thailand’s first provider to offer such service. True Corporation Plc (TRUE) chief executive Supachai Chearavanont announced its ‘4G-LTE’ system launch, following receiving its licence for the 2100 megahetz frequency approved recently by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC). According to […]Read More

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Thai 3G operators to be told: Reduce phone prices or

BANGKOK, Dec 6 – Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has threatened to revoke the third-generation (3G) wireless licences for any of the three bid winners who refuse to lower mobile phone service fees by 15-20 per cent, a commission executive said. NBTC secretary general Takorn Tantasit said the NBTC will meet today and […]Read More

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Dtac expanding 3G network, installing new 2G equipmen

Total Access Communication Plc (Dtac) is expanding its 3G network to cover an additional 3,000 base stations nationwide by the end of 2012, in its bid to create the best data network. With a total of 5,000 base stations nationwide, it hopes to bring enhanced quality and speed to customers, in line with the company’s […]Read More

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NBTC urges TOT, DTAC to return unused frequencies for 4G

BANGKOK, 15 February 2012 (NNT) – The National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission of Thailand (NBTC) is set to discuss with the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) over the telephone frequency allocation after discovering unused frequencies owned by a few major providers. The NBTC is reportedly planning to strip the ownership of 2.3 gigahertz […]Read More

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DTAC: 3G services will continue without disruption

BANGKOK, 17 August 2011 (NNT)-Total Access Communication (DTAC) has assured its subscribers that its commercial 3G service will not be terminated, citing that no violation against its concession owner, CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, has been made. DTAC CEO Jon Eddy Abdullah said after meeting the Minister of Information and Communication Technology over the legal […]Read More

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DTAC launches 3G service in Thailand

CAT Telecom has given Total Access Communication (DTAC) 90 days from yesterday to shut down its third-generation wireless broadband service or the state agency will file a complaint with an arbitration panel alleging breach of contract. CAT chief executive officer Jirayuth Rungsrithong said that if during next 90 days the Office of the Attorney-General advised […]Read More

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CAT Telecom Plans Lawsuit against DTAC

CAT Telecom is planning to file a lawsuit with the Administrative Court in response to the launch of DTAC’s commercial launch of its 3G service. DTAC launchs its third-generation broadband service today, allowing subscribers with unlimited internet package to use the 3G service immediately. CAT Telecom CEO, Jirayuth Rungsritong, revealed DTAC was notified by CAT […]Read More