It'll be on CTH, who are a collection of local cable companies nationwide. They are concluding a deal to use TOT's fibre optic network so all can get access. We should know more by end of June, as TRUE's deal expires then and CTH will have rebranded themselves and announced their price structure. I think we'll be looking at 800bht p/m for entertainment package and all 380 games, less if you want less games.
For the avoidance of doubt for Bangkok dwellers.
A cable network, or a TOT fibre optic network, or an internet connection that has sufficient robustness to support streaming is not, and will not, be available in any short number of years available to a significant (ok I am guessing) percentage of the rural population of Thailand. Most of them would not be buyers of expensive television packages, so I understand the business decision, but as one of the rural dwellers that can afford it, I find it galling to read the Bangkok condecension of the ruling elite being replicated by falangs here in the form of the prospect of nationwide coverage of CTH's content.
Apologies for my irritation - nothing personal - and apologies in advance if I have misunderstood the art of the technologically possible - I do hope I have. Even though I have a TOT landline (unlike a lot of rural Thailand away from town or main roads), TOTs existing internet provision is unreliable and low volume. The thought that they are going to roll out fibre optic cable out here is laughable.
I have seen nothing that leads me to believe I will have access to EPL football next year. I will probably give up on English football and start to watch what else is available by satellite
Edited by SantiSuk, 2013-05-03 09:22:20.