Nokia Wins Two Thai Contracts

Finnish mobile telecommunication group Nokia is one of Thailand’s leading mobile phone company, has won two network contracts in Thailand worth US$210 million to provide new services and enhance business.
Two contracts include Total Access Communication PLC (DTAC) valued at some US$110million while Advanced Info Service (AIS) signed a network upgrade contract worth around US$100 million.
The exclusive agreement covers DTAC’s entire GSM/EDGE network. DTAC’s network will continue to be supported by the NetAct network and service management system. Nokia will also provide systems integration. Following the first supply deal with DTAC in 1994, Nokia has been the sole core network supplier since 2000.
The contract with Nokia will expand AIS’ GSM network in the Northern, Central and Southern regions of Thailand. The expansion will improve network coverage and capacity and enable AIS to boost service quality and offer innovative multimedia and convergence services. Nokia has been the sole GSM network supplier since 2003.

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