TT&T looking to catch True in high speed race

11 Jun 2008

Thai newspaper The Nation reports that TT&T Subscriber Services has launched a new broadband internet package, offering a minimum speed of 2Mbps over ADSL connections for THB590 (USD18) per month, in place of its previous 1Mbps service charged at the same price. The new package is available in all provinces as well as some areas of Bangkok. Parent fixed line operator TT&T, which formed TT&T Subscriber Services to expand its provincial network coverage into the capital under a separate licence, is aiming to double its subsidiary’s broadband subscribers to more than 600,000 this year – approximately the number of users currently served by the country’s high speed market leader True Corp. TT&T’s new package undercuts True’s 2Mbps package introduced last month for a monthly fee of THB890 (although this price also includes internet access via True’s public WLAN hotspot network).

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