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    TrueMove-H mobile phone packages

    In the past before I moved to my new current location , I used a Pre Paid Dtac GSM sim card package , 5 ฿ for the first minuet and 30 satang for every minuet after and the sim validation period could be extended for up to a year in front for a few Baht .

    My old Dtac sim card can only receive a poor reception signal where I now live , so I borrowed a neighbours TrueMove-H 3G sim card and tried it in my mobile phone , and it shows a full signal when my phone is set to receive a 3G ( WCDMA ) signal , but when I set the phone to receive only a GSM signal, the phone shows a very poor signal.

    I then borrowed my girlfriends AIS ( One2Call ) sim card , and that too could only receive a poor signal, so I have had a look at the TrueMove-H web site , and trying to navigate through its maze of information, feels a bit like having your one remaining tooth forcibly pulled from your mouth . I have been trying to find the best TrueMove-H 3G Pre Paid voice package currently available.

    I don't really need to use my phone for 3G internet connection, but going on the above , the best signal I can now receive , is the TrueMove-H 3G option.

    Is any one here using a TrueMove-H 3G voice package and can share your views or point me in the right direction .


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    I'm looking to change to the 3gh thing. You're right it's better for sure. I've tested it on a few phones.

    My mates use it. It's better than my AIS 3G.

    I do really like the fact that I've been on AIS for so long that they send me a birthday and Christmas present. It really pisses the wife off so I'm afraid to change.

    (And they call me to wish me many happy returns. Nice touch.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyBoy
    I borrowed a neighbours TrueMove-H 3G sim card and tried it in my mobile phone , and it shows a full signal when my phone is set to receive a 3G ( WCDMA ) signal , but when I set the phone to receive only a GSM signal, the phone shows a very poor signal.
    If you have a good True 3G signal it will display H+ on your handset, as you go further away you will get just H, then 3G, then E which is Edge packet data and not 3G.

    Hope that makes sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    If you have a good True 3G signal it will display H+ on your handset, as you go further away you will get just H, then 3G, then E which is Edge packet data and not 3G.
    Good info - do you know what the noted speed differences between "H+", and "H" are? (I know "3G", Edge, and GPRS).

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    This from their site


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    Wow! A formula 1 car vs. a dude on his bike! It must be good!

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    mabe wait for 4g ?? before entering into a contract ?? just about to come on tap here in the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    mabe wait for 4g ?? before entering into a contract
    You dont need a contract here and 4G is probably years away

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    mabe wait for 4g ??
    Yeah, good idea - 4G should be just about ready in Thailand sometimes in 2026 AD.

    ... and that's being optimistic.


    Thanks Dillinger for the speed specs - and in what areas is this mystical "+" coverage accessible, then? I assume it should be reachable on the iPad 3, and all I get is TRUE-H around town. Haven't seen "+" yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anatidaephobia
    4G should be just about ready in Thailand sometimes in 2026
    That was ages ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anatidaephobia
    Haven't seen "+" yet.
    I've had it around Paradise Park and On Nut, on a Galaxy Tab.

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    If you live here and are part of the trial, you can enjoy 4G in Thailand. Otherwise wait.

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