Monday, 14 September 2015 22:44

Interview with the MVNA/MVNE - ONE DEVELOPMENT

We recently meet up with Paul Nicholas, Senior Vice President Business Development, of the Thai MVNA/MVNE, ONE DEVELOPMENT, to learn more about the MVNA/MVNE itself, as well as the MVNO situation in Thailand.
Based on comments of stakeholders, in-house analysis and research, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has finalized its recommendation on introducing Virtual Network Operators in the Indian telecom sector.
The Thai mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), formerly known as 365 Communication, has been re-branded and re-launched as 168 Communication. The new administration has added an investment of THB 3 billion.
NTT Communications Corporation, announced today that it has immediately begun offering mobile data services for corporations as a result of acquiring a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) license through its local subsidiary, Communications Thailand Co., Ltd.
The office of Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) invites all stakeholders and the public to express their opinions and suggestions for improving Thailand’s spectrum management master plan 2555.
In 2013, International Engineering Company PCL (IEC) was looking to offload its MVNO IEC3G and in March 2014, 100.00% of the registered and paid-up capital held in the MVNO was sold to Tron (Thailand) Co., Ltd for THB 11,714,400.