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AIS to invest THB11B in 2010

Thai operator AIS, the country’s largest by subscribers, has set an investment budget, excluding any potential investment in third generation services, for 2010 of about THB11 billion (US$335.3 million), which is on a par with 2009’s amount, according to Dow Jones Newswires.

Thai Mobile launches 3G services in Bangkok

Thai Mobile – the 3G subsidiary of state-owned operator, TOT – launched its first 3G services in Bangkok yesterday, giving away free 3G SIM cards and mobile handsets to its existing 10,000 customers

Thai 3G auction set for another delay

Thailand’s finance minister says the government will need to sort existing licenses before it can issue the four new 3G licenses, which were scheduled to go to auction next month

Thai operators begin WCDMA network rollouts … at last

WCDMA/HSPA connections to surpass 12M by 2012; accounting for 14% of total

Investors upbeat on AIS despite 3G delay

Investors reacted positively to the latest quarterly results from Advanced Info Service (AIS), Thailand’s largest mobile operator, despite a drop in revenue and uncertainty over the country’s long-awaited 3G auctions.

AIS proposes 3G network sharing plan with TOT

Thai operator Advanced Info Service (AIS) has reportedly approached Thai regulators about sharing part of Thai Mobile’s 1900MHz bandwidth in a bid to help the new 3G operator rollout its network more quickly.

AIS plans Q1 09 Thai 3G launch

Reuters reports that Thailand’s largest operator, Advanced Info Service (AIS), plans to launch 3G networks in Bangkok and other major cities in the first quarter of 2009.

AIS follows DTAC in cutting 3G budget

TeleGeography reports that Advanced Info Service (AIS) has scaled down its Thai 3G investment plans to a quarter of original estimates, in a similar move to that announced by rival DTAC earlier this week

AIS to spend US1.7B on 3G over next three years

Advanced Info Service (AIS), Thailand’s largest mobile operator, said yesterday it plans to spend THB60 billion (US$1.7 billion) building out its 3G network over the next three years, reports Reuters.