Nokia Care Center targeted by Thai anti-Shinawatra movement

M-Link is a company officially appointed by Nokia (Thailand) to oversee administration of the Nokia Care Center. The company provides comprehensive after-sales services in the areas of Nokia mobile phones as well as maintaining an engineering team to provide expert advice.

The company was on 20 February 2014 announced a fair target for anti-Thaksin Shinawatra protesters to attack in any way legal, like spamming the comopany down with requests to buy something or request to repair your Nokia phone or walk in to ask if they have found something, you lost. Your fantasy is the limit.

The campaign to hurt all Shinawatra related companies kicked off on Wednesday and initially targetted companies that used to be part of the business empire, like AIS and InTouch – formerly SingCorp. But in a revision of the list, Blue Sky Channel – the TV Channel of the protesters – on Thursday narrowed the list down to two companies: SC Asset and M-Link.

Nokia is not alone in facing problems by the targeting of M-Link. The company is also a representative of the Motorola brand, and undertakes project business like information technology (IT) systems to the government, state enterprises and private sectors.Its subsidiaries are including Telemax Asia Corporation Co., Ltd.; M Shop Mobile Co., Ltd.; Portalnet Co., Ltd., and M Solution Co., Ltd.

The protesters attack on the other Shinawatra owned business include SC Asset Corp. and the subsidiaries OAI Asset, Up Country Land and V. Land Property but these companies have no known direct impact on Scandinavian businesses in Thailand except that the condominiums owned by the empire may be home to Scandinavian residents. The condominiums are The Crest located in Sukhumvit 24, Sukhumvit 49, and Phahonyothin 11 and the Centric loacted in Pattaya and Sathorn-St. Louis.


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One Comment on “Nokia Care Center targeted by Thai anti-Shinawatra movement”

  1. Since purchasing a new Nokia in Ubon 2 weeks ago The wake up call can’t be turned off. I’ve tried to locate a service center in Nth East Thailand NO LUCK ! I keep on hearing adverse comments about Nokia. A dismal performance at best.
    There must be somebody at Nokia that cares?

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