Free Wi-Fi available at 30 BTS stations in Bangkok

Alt Telecom has launched its free Wi-Fi service in 30 BTS stations and secured the management rights to all commercial areas on Bangkok’s skytrain stations. Future plans involve providing free Wi-Fi to all BTS stations in the capital.

This follows on Alt Telecom’s new concession agreement with Spotwerks (Thailand), who are currently in charge of service delivery and income generation of the free Wi-Fi in tourist-heavy areas of Phuket, Hua Hin, Pattaya and Chiang Mai.

President and Executive Director of Alt Telecom, Preeyaporn Tangpaosak, says… “This is another milestone in helping to create smart cities as we move forward with the Thailand 4.0 initiative”.

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