Internet Usage in Thailand

Internet Usage in Thailand

Usage of the internet in Thailand differ. As an example the most common way to connect to the internet is by dial-up. This still makes up more than 54% of all Thai internet connections. Followed behind dialup is school leased lines at 33%. This means that more than a quater of all internet access takes place from a school.

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Maxnet Internet Service

KSC Commercial Internet

Maxnet is a brand operated by the Thai company called TT&T now called 3BB. The company traditionally focused more on provincial customers since they did not have broadband internet coverage in Bangkok. However, this is rapidly changing with the introduction of many new nodes covering Bangkok. Maxnet is the most important counterpart of TOT, offering similar broadband internet packages at almost the same prices.

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Thailand Bandwidth & Connections

Internet Statistics for Thailand

Bandwidth usage in Thailand has increased dramatically. Taking a look at the stats for internet or in-country bandwidth in 1998 amount to a mere 56GB per day.This increased to more than 7,600 GB per day by 2004. The latest stats for domestic bandwidth usage has not been released as yet but considering Moores Law it must have more than tippledĀ  its 2004 levels.

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