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Consumer panel blasts AIS plan

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A consumer watchdog is urging the telecom regulator to reject mobile giant Advanced Info Service's plan to impose new conditions on prepaid users. 

Saree: New condition exploits consumers

The country's largest mobile operator told the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) that it needs to charge one baht per day for prepaid users whose accounts are inactive for more than a month.

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