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dtac reveals the data usage during the New Year of 2019, “Bangkok” has the highest usage amount, while “Facebook” is the most popular application

January 1, 2019 – dtac reveals the mobile internet usages during the New Year of 2019. The data usage is lively, with Bangkok has the highest usage. Moreover, with Facebook as the ranked most popular application during the festival. With this opportunity, dtac is using the Massive MIMO 64x64 to support the crowded area for the better experiences of the customers during the countdown. Mr. Prathet Tankuranun, Chief Technology Officer, Total Access Communication PLC. or dtac  said that “During New Year Festival 2019, dtac has deployed the Massive MIMO 64x64, the modest technology supporting 4G TDD on 2300 MHz, to serve the high-speed Internet in the Festival’s areas, such as CentralWorld, Megabangna, andBalihai Bay Pattaya. Massive MIMO 64x64 is the leading technology that will bring mobile internet to 5G era, which is designed to support the transmitting of the mobile devices and increasing the capacity, including reducing the congested issue in the crowded area.” Moreover, dtac ensures the better experiences for its customers during 2019 New Year Festival by deploy mobile vehicles and small-cell antennas to boost its network capacity at key locations holding New Year’s celebration events across Thailand, as well as the 24-hours special team to support its services. “During the 2019 New Year…

dtac TriNet receives 900 MHz and 1800 MHz licenses

December 18, 2018 – Today, dtac TriNet received spectrum licenses for the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands from the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC). dtac had won the licenses for 1800 MHz and 900 MHz in auctions held by the NBTC in August and October, respectively. dtac now holds a complete spectrum portfolio including both low-band and high-band frequencies, forming a total of 110 MHz bandwidth with 70 MHz used for downlink. This is a great day for dtac’s customers. dtac now has the most download capacity per customer in the market, which can match their needs for a high-speed internet experience, be it watching high-definition video or browsing the web. As dtac continues to roll-out and upgrade our network nationwide, dtac network experience will continue to improve every day. dtac’s 28-year concessions for 1800 MHz and 850 MHz expired on September 15, 2018. The newly acquired licenses on 1800 MHz and 900 MHz therefore mark the end of dtac’s transition from a concession regime (with CAT) to a license regime. The transition was accomplished without any service disruptions despite its complexity and scale. dtac customers are now assured that dtac can offer continuous nationwide coverage, even in remote areas,…

dtac will never stop – promising to its customers as for Celebrating the end of the year and ready to support the high demand during new year celebration 2019

December 17, 2018 – dtac CEO leading the team of dtac to promise that we will never stop, and will always develop and come up with new innovations for its customers. Preparing for the high intensity of the usage during the New Year Festival. “We will never stop” will not be the promise only from Alexandra Reich, CEO of Total Access Communication PLC or dtac, but it will also become the promise of all of dtac employees under the leading of their CEO to their customers. For example, the marketing staff promise that they will never stop new idea to be better products to their customers, the sustainability staff will never stop to come up with the technology that can benefit the community, the call center staff will never stop to smile to their customers, the service hall staff will never stop to provide the best services, the network staff will never stop to improve the network to become better. Moreover, dtac promise that it will never stop taking care of its customers during the New Year Festival. dtac is preparing its network for heavy traffic on New Year holidays to ensure customer confidence during their trips and vacations. dtac sets up…