Thailand Recalls 2600 MHz Band to Prepare the Spectrum for the Upcoming 5G Auction

May 28, 2019


On March 5, 2019, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) of Thailand approved the recall of the unused 2600MHz band. It will then be prepared for the 5G auction aimed at building infrastructure for the wireless technology.


The decission is based upon the Frequency Allocation Act (NBTC Law) which stipulates that the regulator must recall spectrum slots that are mainly held by state agencies and used inefficiently.


The NBTC required to return 190MHz of unused bandwidth, including 154MHz now held by MCOT and 12MHz held by the Royal Thai Army.


Apart from 2600MHz, the NBTC plans to recall several other ranges for future auction: 470MHz, 1500MHz, 3400-3800MHz and 26-28GHz.


The official documents are available here

The information has been prepared by the GMA Consult Group team.


GMA Consult Group provides a full cycle of international type approval and global market access services for IT, Telecom and industrial electrical products in all countries throughout the world. With proven expertise in worldwide regulations, compliance, certification, and conformity assessment, GMA Consult Group can help your company speed up the access to any market with almost zero efforts from your side.


Need your own guide to the world of certification and approvals? Don't hesitate to contact us via


Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Featured Articles

The 83rd IEC General Meeting Overview

October 28, 2019

Please reload

Please reload

Search By Tags