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#21 farangman

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Posted 01 October 2004 - 14:35

Yes you can do it with pay as you go. Slightly more expensive than monthly billing, but can still use GPRS.

1 2 Call is the AIS version of pay as you go.
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#22 butterfly

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Posted 02 June 2005 - 19:49

Hello all !  I use GPRS from DTAC and AIS 1-2 CALL on a daily basis. DTAC is a bit cheaper and seems to be faster. If you need the PCMA card I suggest you look for the ad in the Pattaya Mail and not buy the PCMA card directly from DTAC or AIS 1-2 CALL. Cost was about 9000 baht including loading software and walking me through everything. Note...you can not use a AT&T or Cingular PCMA card as they are locked, tried to get my Cingular unlocked at MBK without success.
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#23 rickfarang

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Posted 17 August 2005 - 01:39

How expensive is GPRS?
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#24 butterfly

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Posted 18 September 2005 - 15:17

1 baht per minute if you have postpay or 1.07 baht per minute
if you have prepay. Yahoo Messenger works great with DTAC GPRS.
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