New regulations preventing foreign dominance of Thai telecommunications operators are now in effect, aiming to promote business management by local...
CAT Telecom has given Total Access Communication (DTAC) 90 days from yesterday to shut down its third-generation wireless broadband service or the state agency will file a complaint with an arbitration panel alleging breach of contract.
Total Access Communication (DTAC) will press ahead with the launch of its third-generation wireless broadband service in Bangkok this week as planned, despite a possible legal threat from its concession owner CAT Telecom.
A wide range of wireless broadband, especially a 3G network, is the fundamental key to the next wave of new technologies designed for greater user experience, according to participants at the "NForum" that brought various experts in the field together.
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