New MVNO launched in ThailandWritten by Allan T. Rasmussen
The company is a subsidiary of AJ Advance Technology Public Company Limited, who carry a large variety of products and services - ranging from small and large home appliances, audio and visual products, electric motorbikes, vending machines, as well as AJ smartphones and tablets.
AJ SIM, says it provides MVNO mobile network service for business operators who want to use a SIM card in mobile top-up kiosks or POS terminals but also the option to use packages for mobile phones as well. However neither a copy of a MVNO license - nor a license number from the regulator NBTC is visible on its website.
The B2B offer include top-up kiosks machines from THB 32,800 (installment) along with a AJ SIM add-on package and three special promotions running until the end of the year:
Unlimited internet THB 199,- (Normal price THB 999,-) with speed up to 10Mbps unlimited and 10 minutes calls to all networks.
Unlimited Voice Calls THB 499,- (normal price THB 1,999,-) free calls in the network and 10 minutes on all networks - and a free Wi-Fi AJ SIM
For AJ Devices, unlimited 2Mbps internet THB 100,- (normal price 599,-)
AJ SIM says it is providing its service nationwide, using 3G on 2100MHz and 4G on 2100/2300 MHz. which means it is using TOT as host – the number range on its SIMs it also TOTs.
The MVNO becomes the 10th MVNO to launch in Thailand, not counting the pseudo MVNO setups from the mobile operators AIS, DTAC and TrueMove.
AJ SIM ผู้ให้บริการระบบโทรศัพท์เคลื่อนที่ (MVNO) 3G/4G 2100/2300MHz
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