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Recycling & reusing ‘Mobile Battery for Life’
Mobile handset recycling has been on dtac’s agenda for the last 13 years, through which the company is making the fight against climate change a priority.
The best start for Thai children
dtac, in collaboration with UNICEF and Department of Health, the Ministry of Public Health, is successfully running the *1515 Family Bonding SMS service,
Empowering Thai farmers through agri-based services
In 2015, dtac continued the Rak Ban Kerd project *1599 Farmer Information Superhighway in Thailand.
Connecting Asia one life at a time
#Morethan 208 million customers, it's 208 million lives changed.
“Call for Children” partnership with UNICEF
dtac and Telenor Group announces collaboration with UNICEF enabling opportunities for all Thai children; Launches “*1515 Family Bonding” SMS service and provides THB 1.3 million of research funding.
dtac launches free WiFi pilot to support Thai Internet project
This month dtac launched “dtac Free Wifi,” the company’s pilot project to support the Thai government’s “ICT Free Wifi” and “One Tablet Per Child” projects, initiated by the Information and Communication Technology Ministry.
Using mobile technology to improve farming skills
Thai farmers can access useful information on agricultural developments by using the dtac service "*1677 Farmer Information Superhighway".
Training more English teachers in Thailand
Do Good Deeds Every Day by dtac helps to organize the "Professional English Teachers for Thailand's Future" Project
dtac partners with Thailand Association of the Blind
dtac partners 1414 hotline services for blind people now available free of chargewith Thailand Association of the Blind.
dtac partners to create SMS alert system for public health sector
First-ever text messaging service for public health disease surveillance systems in Thailand