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  • Tom 7:32 pm on November 29, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , Consumer, DTAC, electro-magnetic, , Hutch, , mobile phone, mobile service providers, , providers, , sims, , sms spamming, TOT, tower, True Corporation, TT&T   

    Telecommunication problems on the rise 

    Major mobile service providers including TOT, DTAC and AIS host a meeting along with consumer protection institutes to discuss consumer problems.

    Consumer problems and complaints included topics on the distribution of fake sims, sms spamming, limited time usage on prepaid numbers, and lack of signal strength in some areas were discussed at the meeting.

    Another problem that was of great concern was mobile phone towers that failed to meet the standards issued by the National Telecommunications Commission. Residents living near the towers experienced violent electrical appliance and circuit breaker explosions during rain and storms. Other residents feared health issues involving fatigue and reduction of mental concentration due to electro-magnetic radiation emissions from the towers. (More …)

  • Tom 9:42 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , 3G business, 3G mobile phone, , , , , , ICT, it, , mobile phone, , , , , Telecommunications,   

    ICT confirms to proceed with 3G mobile system 

    3G system Mobile

    3G system Mobile: Flick.com

    ICT affirmed to implement 3G mobile phone business and it would not involve license issuing from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).

    Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Sub. Lt. Ranongrak Suwunchwee, said about the implementation of 3G business by TOT public Co., Ltd. that it was subject to the Ministry’s management. The service would start on 3 December 2009 in Bangkok and nearby provinces with 548 stations. The 2nd phase was on process with a budget of 20,000 million THB. A business plan would be drawn to be proposed to the Cabinet accordingly. By the end of this year the 3G network would be open to bids from the private sector. (More …)

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