Pantip.com believes its upgraded website can compete with other popular social media on top of serving today's new digital lifestyle.
The Thai-owned online community, which claims to be No.1 among local websites for Thai users, spent 5 million baht to modernise the website, relaunching it last month.
"It's our biggest change in 16 years. We've modernised it to serve users' changing behaviours," said Pantip.com founder Wanchat Padungrat.
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