CAT Telecom

Residents near the CAT Telecom office called for help as a project by the Pattaya Waterworks Authority to lay new pipe drags into its third week. Having dug up the sidewalk, CAT’s workers have caused much difficulty for passersby and telephone company employees.

True to begin free WiFi network in Pattaya

Thursday, 27 September 2012 08:10
True Corp. will soon begin offering free wireless Internet access in Pattaya that will cover 80 percent of the city by 2015. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome and True Internet Chief Commercial Officer Charoen Limkangwanmongkol signed the agreement at Pattaya City Hall Sept. 18. The 100 million baht...
Twenty-nine government agencies, public utilities and private groups have pledged to work together to improve the security, living conditions and service to area residents as a united “Pattaya Team.”
BANGKOK, 17 August 2011-Total Access Communication (DTAC) has assured its subscribers that its commercial 3G service will not be terminated, citing that no violation against its concession owner, CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, has been made. 
Construction work to install new high-speed Internet and electrical cables under Second and Pratamnak roads will continue for another four months, city officials said.
The Thailand Open will embark on another exciting season with OneAsia this year and be played for the first time at Suwan Golf and Country Club, located 45 minutes from Bangkok and one of the country’s leading golf clubs.

DTAC invests 1.2 billion baht on 3G

Monday, 18 April 2011 15:56
BANGKOK, 10 April 2011 (NNT)- Jon Eddy Abdullah, CEO of Total Access Communication PLC (DTAC), reveals a 1.2 billion baht expansion with the 3G HSPA service at 850 megahertz, which will cover 1,220 stations in order to seek for constructive solutions with CAT Telecom Public...
CAT Telecom has begun digging the 3-meter-deep trench that will be used to house fiber-optic cables for its ultra-high speed Internet network.