The Bangkok Post reports that Ericsson and ZTE have criticised the 3G infrastructure supply contract process being undertaken by state-owned Thai operator TOT, after both companies were “tentatively” put out of the running for the deal by the initial screening process
Thai operator TOT could ask for THB75 billion (US$2.25 billion) in compensation from its rival AIS, which paid less than originally agreed for a mobile phone concession, according to a member of a government panel.
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It was reported that Thailand’s National Telecommunications Commission may look to prevent the rollout of operator TOT’s 3G network, following question marks over the legitimacy of the regulator which have already led to the abandonment of a 3G auction in the country.