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G service 'part of push to be market leader' Usanee Mongkolporn The Nation May 20, 2013 1:00 am True Corp's launch of fourth-generation (4G) broad-band cellular service is not a marketing gimmick but a seri-ous bid to become the clear leader in the
The company is offering a fixed interest rate of 5.8 per cent per annum and will pay interest every three months until maturity. The debentures are priced at Bt1,000 per unit with a minimum subscription of Bt100,000. They can be subscribed through
True Corp's mobile group has targeted growth in the low double digits, supported by rising non-voice-data usage, while TrueOnline aims for high-single-digit growth driven by continued momentum of its broadband services...To achieve the revenue
This year True aims to complete the deployment of 5,000 cell sites nationwide for the 3G-2.1GHz network and 2,000 sites in 15 major cities for the 4G network. It plans to premier the 4G service in Bangkok in April with 100 sites. Late last year True
True management at present. "We have informed the subscribers about our plan to switch off the service," he said...Hong Kong telecom operator Hutchison Telecom entered Thailand in 2000...Thailand), which was earlier wholly owned by Hutchison, to
True Corp also serves 2.0 million subscribers under its 850MHz 3G reseller agreement with CAT, which is currently being renegotiated as a result of regulatory scrutiny of the contract terms. Since commencing commercial 3G services in August 2011
00 am The reserve price for 5 megahertz of bandwidth in the 2.1-gigahertz spectrum might be raised to about Bt5 billion per slot, while the maximum bandwidth available to each bidder could be lowered to 15MHz, a source at the industry regulator said.
24 pm True Corp is willing to amend some details of contracts signed with CAT Telecom under their collaboration to develop 3G services to bring the deals into compliance with National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) regulations.
A ministry source said ICT Minister Group Captain Anudith Nakornthap ordered permanent secretary Jirawan Boonperm last Wednesday to appoint the committee, which is required to finish its probe within 15 days of its establishment. The probe will focus
CAT chief executive officer Jirayuth Rungsrithong recently said the network should be worth more than this amount. Supachai said the Bt10 billion had been arrived at from the network's net present value. If TrueMove opted to roll out a new 2G network,