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ISPs condemn licence fee

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Major internet service providers are calling on the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission to review its new licence fee model in order not to deter broadband industry growth. 

The new revenue-sharing system, to take effect next year, will inevitably raise the financial burden on broadband service providers, which will ultimately have to pass it on to consumers.

The NBTC's licence fee for ISPs will change to 2% of total revenue from a fixed payment of 250,000 baht a year.

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