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DTAC warns of weaker 3G border signal

Thai-Laos committee to consider problem

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Total Access Communication (DTAC) customers using third-generation (3G) mobile broadband service on the 850-megahertz spectrum will likely experience weaker cellular signals along the border with Laos. 

The weak signals in Udon Thani and Nong Khai, two provinces along the Laotian border, came after the mobile operator agreed to reduce its cellular signal strength in order to alleviate interference.

The resolution came after the Thai-Lao Joint Technical Committee on Coordination and Assignment of Frequencies last month concluded negotiations tackling the problem.

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