Monday, 02 January 2017 03:18
Mobile Market Shares Thailand 2016 ส่วนแบ่งการตลาดของบริการโทรศัพท์เคลื่อนที่ 2559Written by Yozzo
Mobile Market Shares Thailand 2016 ส่วนแบ่งการตลาดของบริการโทรศัพท์เคลื่อนที่ 2559 Yozzo.com
AIS, DTAC and TOT lost market shares in 2016 while TRUE and CAT Telecom picked up.
However, AIS still maintains its dominant lead in Thailand, with an estimated 44.3 percent market share, followed by DTAC (27.4%) and TRUE (26.2%)
Mobile Market Shares Thailand 2016
Table: Mobile Market Shares Thailand Quarterly 2016
|1Q 2016||2Q 2016||3Q 2016||*4Q 2016|
- AIS Group = AIS , AWN , DPC
- CAT = CAT Telecom, MY
- DTAC Group = DTAC , DTN
- TOT = TOT and MVNOs
- TRUE = True Mobile Group: True Move , Real Move , True Move H Universal Communication
Table: Mobile Subscribers Thailand 1Q-3Q 2016
|1Q 2016||2Q 2016||3Q 2016|
Chart: Mobile Market Shares Thailand Quarterly 2016
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