Nokia Wins Deal To Expand AIS Thailand GSM Network

Advanced Info Service Plc (AIS), one of Thailand’s leading mobile phone service operators, has signed a deal with Finland’s Nokia to expand the AIS GSM network in the Northern, Central  and Southern regions of Thailand. The USD19 million expansion will improve network coverage and capacity.
Under the terms of the deal, Nokia will provide services including project management, telecom implementation and planning for the GSM expansion.
“The end-to-end GSM solutions from Nokia will enable us to maintain high quality network coverage and services despite the heavy usage and growth in the network,” says Ms. Arpattra Sringkarrinkul, Executive Vice President, Solutions, AIS.
“We value our customers and are continuously working towards a better customer experience. Nokia’s solutions not only improve the quality of our voice service, but also help us make our non-voice services more flexible and user-friendly,” she said.

Nokia part of AIS success
“Nokia is proud to be part of the AIS success story in Thailand. Even with the tough competition in the Thai market, AIS continues to grow their subscriber base and improve their network quality,” says Somchai Thamsirisup, Account Director, Networks, Nokia.
Nokia has been working with AIS since the early 1990s, providing comprehensive services for the operator’s GSM infrastructure.

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