TOT Corporation Public Company Limited

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Last updated: 7 Jan 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 12

Analyst: Peter Evans


State owned TOT Corporation has exclusive rights to own and operate all domestic fixed-line infrastructure in Thailand. It has granted concessions to two private sector operators who compete with it in Bangkok and the provinces. TOT provides nationwide fixed-line services, regional telephony, corporate data networking, VoIP, Internet access and payphone services; and a GSM mobile service called Thai Mobile. In 2004, TOT is entering the international telephony and broadband ADSL markets. The company is expected to conduct its IPO once issues over concession valuations and interconnection fees have been solved.

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