dtac, Thailand

dtac is the second largest mobile operator in Thailand.

dtac offers mobile services to its customers through contract and prepaid tariff plans.

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dtac at a glance

Key facts

  • 27.942 million mobile subscriptions (Q4 2013)
  • 4,478 employees (Q4 2013)
  • Total revenues of NOK 14,585 million (2011)
  • Monthly Mobile ARPU: NOK 44 (Q4 2013)
  • Listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand and the Singapore Exchange
  • The headquarters are located in Bangkok
  • CEO: Jon Eddy Abdullah

Caring about the environment

dtac is making the fight against climate change a priority. They are taking action through a number of programmes, designed to engage the entire company.

Historical background

dtac was established in 1989 and Telenor became a shareholder in 2001.

Analytical information

For detailed information on regulatory matters, network, licenses and competitors, see our business descriptions for dtac.

Company Website

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Key Figures for dtac

(NOK in millions) 4th quarter Year
2013 2012 2013 2012
Revenues
Subscription and traffic 3 200 2 944 12 751 11 375
Interconnect revenues 462 768 2 494 3 036
Other mobile revenues 60 89 276 306
Non-mobile revenues 1 011 689 2 591 2 059
Total revenues 4 732 4 490 18 112 16 776
EBITDA before other items 1 521 1 242 5 763 5 016
Operating profit 891 743 3 442 3 226
EBITDA before other items/Total revenues (%) 32.1 27.7 31.8 29.9
Capex 1 208 2 806 2 776 4 144
No. of subscriptions - Change in quarter/Total (in thousands): 471 1 750 27 942 26 318
ARPU - monthly (NOK) 44 49 47 49
Exchange rate 0.1912 0.1872
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