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  • AIS announces B40bn restructure plan

    30 Jan 2015 : Advanced Info Service (AIS) has announced sweeping changes to its business model and structure with an ambitious investment budget of 40 billion baht this year.

  • TelecommunicationsNBTC bill catches flak

    30 Jan 2015 : Legal and industry analysts have strongly criticised the recent draft bill covering the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).

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  • digital tv

    40% of digital TV coupons redeemed

    29 Jan 2015 : Some 7.07 million digital TV subsidy coupons have been distributed to Thai families, with the average redemption rate of over 40%, says the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).

  • E-commerce set for 30% rise

    27 Jan 2015 : Initiatives for the development of the digital economy and the start of Asean market integration are set to stimulate a 30% rise in the e-commerce market this year, as the internet is seen as a tool that can support business growth.

  • Telecommunications & technology

    CAT to spend B200m on 3G promotion

    27 Jan 2015 : CAT Telecom is gearing up to revive its ailing mobile business and make the unit profitable this year.

  • SLC seeks clarity on stake rule

    26 Jan 2015 : MAI-listed Solution Corner (1998) Plc (SLC) will today submit its letter to the broadcasting regulator, seeking clarification about the limit of shares digital TV operators can hold in other channels.

  • telecommunications

    Industry group urges reform alacrity

    23 Jan 2015 : The Telecommunications Association of Thailand (TCT) is urging the government to accelerate national telecommunications infrastructure reform to alleviate the country's chronic mobile data traffic congestion.

  • Thailand expected to move up mobile broadband rank

    23 Jan 2015 : Thailand will become Asean's second-largest mobile broadband subscriber base after Singapore once the country completes its high-speed fourth generation (4G) network rollout, says telecom network firm Ericsson.

  • Big data bandwagon beckons

    23 Jan 2015 : If Thailand wants the digital economy initiative to get off the ground, the state must engage in the crucial role of developing a base for the nation's information and communications technology infrastructure, says the IMC Institute.

  • Jasmine's broadband fund approved

    22 Jan 2015 : Thailand's first broadband internet infrastructure fund will be set up by Jasmine International Plc following approval on Tuesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • Telecommunications

    NBTC issues registration alert

    22 Jan 2015 : Prepaid mobile phone users will no longer be able to use the mobile service if they fail to register their personal information under a national telecom regulator circular, effective Feb 1.

  • technology

    True IDC to build B300m data centre

    22 Jan 2015 : True Internet Data Centre (True IDC) is expanding overseas for the first time with the planned construction of a cloud-based data centre in Myanmar worth 300 million baht this year.

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