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Regulator starts 3G tariff probe

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The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has begun investigating whether tariff plans for third-generation (3G) mobile services by the three main operators comply with price regulations. 

The watchdog imposed a regulation requiring the operators - subsidiaries of Advanced Info Service (AIS), Total Access Communication (DTAC) and True Move - to cut tariffs for 3G service packages by 15-20% from the existing 2G service rates as of last Dec 7.

But the NBTC does not require all 3G tariff packages to comply with the regulations, saying customers have a right to choose from various tariff plans.

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