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28.04.2020
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  • The NBTC is giving individuals 10 GB of free mobile data to support e-learning and teleworking.
  • In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, DTAC has announced an acceleration of its network upgrade of Massive MIMO to triple network capacity.
  • True Group has announced the tripling of its network bandwidth capacity to ensure its fibre, internet broadband, cable TV, and mobile services can tolerate usage spikes arising
    from the COVID-19 crisis.

The NBTC is giving individuals 10 GB of free mobile data to support e-learning and teleworking.

Theme:
Infrastructure and Spectrum: 5G and next generation networks
Region:
Asia Pacific
Chapter:
Thailand
Series:
Regulatory Watch
Coronavirus, covid-19
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