Telenor of Norway, the major shareholder of Total Access Communication (DTAC), has given the second-ranked mobile operator the green light to go ahead with its commercial 3G service without waiting for its concession owner's approval.
"Nobody can stop us. CAT Telecom cannot do anything with us (DTAC) now," said Sigve Brekke, executive vice-president of the Telenor Group.
"We don't think we have to wait for an approval from CAT to start providing our 3G commercial service on the existing analogue 850-Megahertz frequency."
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