The order by the military junta is aimed at helping state telecom operators
Takorn Tantasith, secretary-general of the
Discussion will include this year's planned auctions of the 1800- and 900-megahertz spectra, he said after meeting with the NCPO yesterday.
But the NBTC insists that Section 45 of the Act stipulates spectra can be allocated only by auction.
Mr Takorn said the NCPO wanted all parties to seek a joint resolution before the 4G spectrum auction could proceed.
The NBTC earlier planned to sell two licences for the 1800-MHz spectrum in August and another two for the 900-MHz spectrum in November.
But the NCPO last month put the brakes on the 4G spectrum auctions to examine the transparency and functioning of the regulator.
Mr Takorn said the NCPO had clearly signalled it wanted to see
"To achieve the goal, some sections of the Frequency Allocation Act must be revamped," he said.
Mr Takorn highlighted Section 84, which stipulates
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