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11. news | 21 May 2013
» The cost of switching mobile networks and keeping the same phone number - known as mobile number portability - will be cut by 70 baht to 29 baht per transaction from July 1 in a move by the National Broadcasting and Tele...
12. business | 20 May 2013
Commentary: Umesh Pandey
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Picture yourself in a meeting, maybe even out of the country, when your mobile phone rings. You answer, and the person on the other end of the line asks if you’d be interested in a new credit card, an insurance policy or...
13. learning | 13 Mar 2012
» Prices of hotel rooms move up & down with supply and demand. Award-winning mobile phone app is win win solution for travellers & hotels alike.
14. learning | 18 Oct 2012
» Mobile games are free until you spend your whole life inside the game & spend big money to make life enjoyable there.
15. news | 07 May 2013
» Mobile phone operator Advanced Info Service (AIS) officially launched the first "real" third-generation mobile broadband service in Thailand on Tuesday.
16. learning | 26 Nov 2010
Easy English news
» Thursday’s prison riot in Lopburi began with a dispute over mobile phones.
17. news | 06 May 2013
» At least four local administrative offices and two mobile phone signal towers were torched in four districts of Pattani Sunday night.
18. news | 06 May 2013
» At least four local administrative offices and two mobile phone signal towers were torched in four districts of Pattani last night.
19. learning | 21 Feb 2010
» I was having a solitary lunch last Tuesday with my dear friend Evil Neil when a phone call came out of the blue. A phone call on my cellphone, that is. Regular readers are cognizant of Neil, a helpless victim of corporat...
20. learning | 11 Jul 2011
Easy English news
» If you get annoyed with people who constantly interrupt conversations with mobile phone calls, you’d probably have a very difficult time talking to former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.