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AIS urges users to check facts before hanging up

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Advanced Info Service has asked its customers to carefully consider the facts before cancelling their services as part of an anti-government protest. 

The country's largest mobile phone operator made the plea on Saturday in a text message sent to its nearly 40 million subscribers.

Some of those subscribers were already lining up at AIS counters in the capital to cancel their services. Details on the number of cancellations were not immediately available.

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