The National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Board (NBTC) summoned Dtac executives to an urgent meeting late Tuesday afternoon, demanding they explain the crashes in the company's mobile services across the country during the day, reports said.
NBTC secretary-general Thakorn Tanthasit said an urgent letter was sent to Total Access Communication Co. Ltd (Dtac) pointing out that service disruptions on Tuesday morning had caused problems for millions of mobile phone users.
He said the board planned to fine the company up to an eight-digit sum. Dtac had been spared from penalties so far for five service disruption services this year alone.
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