Thailand’s telecom regulator NBTC has issued one more MVNO license, bringing the total of issued MVNO licenses to 58 since the introduction of MVNO in Thailand.
Mobile Virtual Network Aggregator and Enabler MVNA/ MVNE One Development (Thailand) Co., Ltd., has been awarded a Type 1 telecoms license for Mobile Virtual Network Aggregator (MVNA) services in Thailand, by the telecom regulator NBTC.
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.
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.
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.