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Total Access Communication Appoints Nakul Sehgal As CFO
Total Access Communication Says Unit Got 700 Mhz Spectrum License From NBTC
Total Access Communication Maintains 2020 EBITDA At 2019 Level
Total Access Communication Public Company Limited is principally engaged in the provision of wireless telecommunications services and the sale of handsets and accessories. The Company operates in two segments: mobile telephone services and related services, and sales of handsets and starter kits. The Company offers various customer services, such as dtac wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi), e-Service, e-invoice, postpaid self-service numbers, prepaid self-service numbers, online order tracking and bill payment channels. The Company's personal services include postpaid, such as main packages, add-on packages, international calling and international roaming; prepaid, such as packages, happy subscriber identification modules (SIMs) and Happy Tourist SIM, as well as smartphones and tablets. The Company's products for business include voice package, mobile marketing, data and Internet connectivity, information and communication technology (ICT) and mobile solutions and services.
Floor 22-41, Chamchuri Square Building
319 Phayathai Road
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Sharad Chandra Mehrotra
Chief Executive Officer
Joergen Christian Arentz Rostrup
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
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Chief Technology Officer
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Thailand's Total Access Communication (DTAC) said on Thursday it would pay close to $300 million to settle legal disputes with state-owned CAT Telecom Public Co Ltd, sending DTAC shares tumbling more than 17 percent.
Thailand's Total Access Communication (DTAC), a subsidiary of Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor, has agreed to pay close to $300 million to settle legal disputes with CAT Telecom Public Co Ltd, Telenor said on Thursday.
* All 3 Thai mobile operators to give 1800 Mhz auction a miss
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