Friday, 13 July 2018 11:26

Two more MVNO licenses issued in Thailand

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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.

The two latest companies to join the increasing MVNO licensees in Thailand are: O Mobile Co., Ltd. and Serv 4 Biz Co.,Ltd. 

O Mobile received the MVNO license no. 1/61/011 valid from June 21, 2018 to 20 June, 2023. The company itself is registered in 2017. The license is a Medium MVNO - Enhanced Service Provider MVNO.

Serv 4 Biz Co.,Ltd is the creator the app named PageQQ, a social network/MLM app, which allows users to create their own content and earn money from it.

Serv 4 Biz received the MVNO license no 1/61/012 valid from June 28, 2018 to June 27, 2023. The license is thin - Service Provider MVNO. 

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