Total Access Communication Plc, the operator of DTAC, set an ambitious goal of migrating all 2G customers to the 3G network within three years.
The country's second-largest mobile operator believes about 80-90% of the 80 million total mobile subscribers in Thailand will shift to 3G technology by 2014. The number of 3G users is expected to reach 26 million this year.
Pakorn Pannachet, senior vice-president of DTAC, said up to 3.5 million customers already asked to migrate to 3G services on the 2100-megahertz spectrum after a commercial service launch last week.
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