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MCOT to start pay-TV trial on 2.6 GHz spectrum in Thailand

Friday 26 May 2017 | 09:31 CET | News
Thai state-owned public broadcaster MCOT is ready to launch a pay-TV service trial using 2.6GHz spectrum, local newspaper The Nation reports, citing a company statement. On 24 May, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) granted MCOT the so-called 'network code', which enables MCOT to test its pay-TV service on wireless broadband technology.

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