Telecoms news from Thailand
Thailand's two state-owned networks, CAT and TOT have agreed to adopt a new lower mobile termination rate. ...more.
Thailand's mobile networks have agreed to modify their 3G tariffs and reduce the costs by 15 percent as requested by the telecoms regulator. ...more.
Japan's Softbank is reportedly close to closing a deal that would see it take a minority stake in Thailand's state-owned mobile network operator, TOT. ...more.
The launch of new 3G data plans by all three Thai mobile operators will introduce broad changes to the competitive dynamics among mobile operators, particularly in how they deal with the mass market segment. ...more.
Thailand's CAT Telecom has asked the country's Constitutional Court to rule in a dispute over the sharing of mobile network infrastructure. ...more.
Thailand's telecoms regulator has been accused of not properly enforcing a rule requiring the country's new 3G networks to cut the cost of their tariffs by 15 percent. ...more.
Thailand's telecoms regulator is seeking to audit the mobile number portability process to ensure that the mobile networks are complying with its regulations. ...more.
Thailand's AIS has formally launched its own 3G network and says that it has already signed up 800,000 customers to the service. ...more.
Thailand's telecoms regulator has confirmed that the state-owned CAT Telecom will be required to hand back its 1800Mhz spectrum when the concession agreements with True Move and AIS expire in September. ...more.
Thailand's CAT Telecom is planning to launch a legal challenge to new rules on mobile network infrastructure sharing that it says would be damaging to its business. ...more.
Thailand's mobile networks who were granted 3G licenses are being warned that they cannot launch their services until the telecoms regulator has approved their tariffs and offers. ...more.
Thailand's AIS has soft-launched its new 3G network on the 2.1Ghz spectrum the company was recently allocated in an auction. ...more.
Nokia Siemens Networks says that it has been awarded a 3G deployment contract by Thailand's AIS. ...more.
Thailand's mobile networks have agreed to gradually increase the capacity of their shared mobile number portability facility based on customer demand for the service. ...more.
Thailand's telecoms regulator, the NBTC has warned the three main mobile networks that their quality of service is failing to meet its higher standards. ...more.
Thailand's TrueMove has said that its customers will not be affected by the termination of its operating concession this coming September. ...more.
Thailand may need to modify its radio spectrum plans if it is to avoid interference along its borders with neighbouring countries, two international groups have warned. ...more.
Thailand's state-owned TOT is reported to be considering ending its reseller concession with AIS early in exchange for a fixed payment from the AIS. ...more.
Thailand's AIS has set itself a target of migrating 8-10 million of its customers over to its new 2.1Ghz based 3G network. ...more.
Thailand's AIS is planning to impose a daily charge on inactive PrePay accounts that have not been used for a more than a month in a move that has been criticized by a consumer protection panel. ...more.