The national telecom regulator has rejected a proposal by Total Access Communication (DTAC) to run its fourth-generation (4G) mobile broadband service under the existing concession.
The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) pointed out that the second-ranked mobile operator instead needs to ask permission to do so from its concession owner CAT Telecom.
DTAC has raised two options to provide 4G. One is for the NBTC to let DTAC provide 4G service on its unused portion of the 1800-megahertz frequency under a 2G concession with CAT Telecom.
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