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Thai Network to Start Testing LTE Service

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Thailand's Dtac has announced that it is preparing to start testing its 2.1Ghz based LTE network in Bangkok.

Mr. Panya Vechbanyongratana, Senior Vice President, Network Operations Division said that the company has been building base stations in Bangkok following the approval from the NBTC under the current license agreement.

He saited "Our infrastructure is in full readiness as it is compatible and ready to support latest technology, simply by installing 4G cards at base stations. We have started 4G LTE technical testing and will be ready for a commercial launch soon."

Dtac said that it has designed its initial 4G service area to cover inner Bangkok due to high data traffic, aiming to improve performance and customer experience in those areas.

The actual launch date was not stated though.

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