TOT Plc may end its mobile concession contract with Advanced Info Service (AIS) this year, two years before the expiration date, to enable the state telecom to earn a final sum of 40 billion baht from the mobile leader.
The proposal is part of TOT's survival plans after its concession revenue vanishes at the end of this year.
Under Section 84 of the Frequency Allocation Act of 2010, TOT must return concession revenue and revenue from frequency-related services to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) starting this Dec 20. The NBTC will then pass the revenue to the state.
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