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Rejig of mobile consumer protections on the cards

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The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) plans to review terms and conditions governing consumer protection laws for mobile-phone users. 

The move is aimed at preventing duplication of the Consumer Protection Board's role and accommodating the arrival of full commercial third-generation (3G) wireless broadband service next year.

NBTC commissioner Suthipol Thaweechaikarn acknowledged that the watchdog has yet to form a single committee handling consumer protection for mobile subscribers as stipulated under the Radio Frequency Allocation Act of 2010.

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