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01.2014 Special Edition WinWin 27 Thailand’s dtac: On the way to “Internet for All” By Julia Yao & Joyce Fan Thailand’s second-largest

Total Access Communication – DTAC Thailand Equities Research 19 June 2013 5 of 5 Bangkok Offices Head Office 15th Fl., Vorawat Bldg. Tel : 0 2635 1700 , 0 2268 0999

dtac Individual Annex IR.21. Updating of the GSM Association roaming database. History of changes (Maximum length 1 page only) Date of change Effective Date Changes made

dtac: 2nd largest mobile operator in Thailand 27.2m USD 2.8 Subscribers 200k distribution points bn total revenues (2012) 32.5% service revenue (Q213)

Thailand mobile industry Key characteristics As of FY11, Mobile operators in Thailand including AIS, DTAC, True Move, DPC all operates under this type of contract, quality network in Thailandquality network in Thailand

DTAC’s mobile services, DTAC needed to expand and modernize its northeastern region of Thailand. The expansion included new base stations and new Mobile Switching Centers DTAC’s network of resellers, since resellers require only a mobile phone

Total Access Communication – DTAC Thailand Equities Research 25 March 2013 2 of 4 Research Department Fundamental: Name Analyst Reg No. Tel Sector

PRESS RELEASE APRIL 2, 2014 Thai operator dtac launches LTE with Ericsson dtac TriNet announces the launch of 4G/LTE on 2100MHz for its users in Thailand

Best coverage one2Call other networks DTAC & True (Orange), you can get mobile internet onMobile Phones are expensive in Thailand but calls are cheap.

To the consumerOne-2-Call from AIS and the DTAC Happy SIM. We'll talk about the pros andthere are some things unique to Thailand, and not in the rest of the first world

Yet another perspective on the 3G situation in Thailand (or lack, thereof) and why it seems to goes either to TOT (AIS) or CAT (Dtac, True and Hutch). That is 30 percent of

With about 4,500 7-Eleven stores in Thailand. NCR of America began a push to sellline with parent Telenor, No. 2 yuppiephone operator DTAC of Norway said profits

That receive complaints through many channels. Total Access Communication (DTAC), for example, sorts complaints into different categories and