NBTC has issued two more MVNO licenses, bringing the total of issued MVNO licenses to 57 since the introduction of MVNO in Thailand eight years ago. Nine have launched - six remains more or less active.
Monday, 06 November 2017 15:05

50 MVNO licenses issued in Thailand

Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has now issued 50 MVNO licenses since the introduction of MVNO seven years ago.
VEON formerly VimpelCom Ltd, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, VimpelCom Holding Laos B.V., has entered into an agreement to sell its 78% stake in VimpelCom Lao Co. Ltd to the Government of Lao PDR for gross proceeds of USD 22 million.
Friday, 07 July 2017 12:54

Whose LINE is it?

Earlier this month, Thai consumers was surprised to find that LINE had launched a mobile service in Thailand. So too was the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), who invited LINE to explain on the matter.
Thailand’s Telecoms regulator (NBTC) has summoned representatives of the mobile operator DTAC and the OTT messaging app LINE, to determine if the new service between the two “LINE Mobile” is a MVNO, and as such requires a MVNO license.
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 15:51

i-mobile hangs up its MVNO business

I-Mobile, a subsidiary of Samart Corporation, and one of the first five MVNO pioneers to launch in Thailand on TOT’s 2100MHz in 2009, has submitted its notice to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) that they are hanging up their MVNO business.
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