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CAT, True plan network sharing deal by March

Thailand’s state-owned CAT Telecom plans to finalise a network sharing deal with True Move by …

Thai operators push for early 4G auction

Thailand’s three leading mobile operators have planned a press conference to put pressure on the …

Thailand’s CAT looks to end network ownership disputes

Thailand’s CAT Telecom is looking at ending its long-running disputes over network ownership with dtac …

Sluggish outlook for Thai operaters – Fitch

Revenue at Thailand’s three main mobile operators – AIS, DTAC and True Move – will …

True sees continued loss on 3G expenses

Reuters said that Thai operator True expects to post another loss in 2012, due to the investments it is making in its 3G network rollout, although it expects to return to the black in 2013.

Thai 3G operators facing legal challenge

The Bangkok Post said that a group of “specialists and lawyers” had warned that operators offering HSPA 3G services are breaching the terms of their operating licences, which were issued to enable the provision of 2G networks.

AIS eying TOT alliance

Thai publication The Nation said that AIS is working on a business model to support a partnership with TOT, in order to ensure it can continue its operations when its concession expires in 2015.

DTAC defends ownership status

Telecompaper reports that Thai operator DTAC had said it is in full compliance with the Foreign Business Act, following accusations from rival True Move that it was owned by Telenor – and therefore under the control of the Norwegian government.

True Move continues DTAC ownership spat

Thai operator True Move is reported to have stepped-up its spat with rival DTAC, by calling for the regulator to revoke its rival’s rights to operate a mobile network in the country.

True Move launches action over DTAC foreign ownership

Thai operator True Move is reported to have filed a criminal complaint against rival DTAC for having a foreign state enterprise as a major shareholder, in violation of the foreign business act.