Thailand - Fixed Networks Operators to 2010

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Last updated: 2 Feb 2011 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 15

Analyst: Peter Evans

Synopsis

This report was archived in early 2011; it has not been updated since 2010.

Fixed-line services are outnumbered by mobile phone services in Thailand by a ratio of more than ten to one. Nonetheless, with a teledensity of 10% in 2010, fixed-line services remain an integral part of the telecommunications environment in the country. The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology’s effort to promote DSL broadband services, which it initiated in 2004, was to see the start of a potentially enhanced role for the copper network. While reasonably good infrastructure has been put in place to support data communication services, this segment of the market only began to experience significant growth during 2006/07 and by 2010 broadband Internet penetration was still only around 4%. This report looks at some of the sector’s major fixed network operators.

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