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  • BroadcastingGrammy upbeat on digital TV

    02 Feb 2015 : GMM Grammy Plc, Thailand's largest entertainment company, insists its financial status remains healthy, with better prospects from two digital TV channels that already have a full content line-up.

  • 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.

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  • telecommunications

    Spectrum auctions urged

    15 Dec 2014 : The Council of State has proposed that the national telecom regulator consider allocating spectrum use for commercial satellite service through auctions to comply with international law.

  • Regulator rejects CAT's payout request

    15 Dec 2014 : The national telecom regulator has dismissed CAT Telecom's request seeking compensation for lost revenue from network rental fees caused by the regulation requiring mobile customer retention.

  • cybersecurity

    Network calls for data law

    13 Dec 2014 : Thailand needs a law on personal data protection to encourage the use of reliable forms of e-commerce and transactions if the government wants to get the digital economy off the ground, says the Thai Netizen Network.

  • Telecommunications

    KakaoTalk sees official local launch

    12 Dec 2014 : Daum Kakao Corporation, a Seoul-based maker of mobile instant messaging apps, has entered Thailand in a bid to expand its presence in Southeast Asia.

  • True unit snags Pokemon

    12 Dec 2014 : True iContent, the content creation arm of True Corporation, has taken over the Pokemon franchise's licensing and merchandising rights in a bid to penetrate the cartoon character merchandising market.

  • Digital economy won't come cheap, says TFIT

    11 Dec 2014 : The government must make an ambitious investment of at least 200 billion baht in ICT infrastructure and human resources within two years if it wants to get the digital economy off the ground, says the Thai Federation of ICT Technology Association (TFIT).

  • CAT to disconnect its international calls

    09 Dec 2014 : The CAT Telecom board has decided to terminate its two international voice services through the operator system in order to stem the state agency's financial bleeding.

  • broadcasting

    Samart to push IPTV boxes

    09 Dec 2014 : Samart Engineering, the digital set-top box arm of Samart Corporation, has announced plans to introduce IPTV set-top boxes.

  • REVENUE

    Officials use IT to catch tax dodgers

    08 Dec 2014 : The Revenue Department has adopted an IT system to track taxpayers with irregularities in their tax payments as part of its effort to increase collection efficiency and crack down on tax avoidance.

  • Ericsson: 4G will drive growth

    08 Dec 2014 : The auctioning off of spectrum for the delivery of fourth-generation (4G) mobile broadband services will play a crucial part in driving the country to a digital economy, says telecom network company Ericsson.

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