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dtac supports TAT and offers Happy Tourist SIM cards to foreign journalists joining “84 Perspectives of Thailand” for smooth, non-stop communication throughout the journey

     August 3, 2016 – dtac supports the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) by offering Happy Tourist SIM cards to foreign journalists and bloggers joining the 84 Perspectives of Thailand activity, as part of the Women’s Journey Thailand campaign. Mr. Sitthichoke Nopchinabutr, Chief Marketing Officer, Total Access Communication PLC or dtac has handed Happy Tourist SIM cards to Mr.Sukri Sitthiwanit, TAT Deputy Governor. This group of journalist can use the Happy Tourist SIM to enjoy non-stop Super 4G Internet and voice services throughout the journey. The package includes “Capture”, cloud service offering up to 100 GB free storage for photos and special privileges from dtac Rewards. The travelers will also receive free travel accident insurance to ensure peace of mind and that they stay connected. General tourists can now experience the smooth, non-stop 4G with Happy Tourist SIM, starting from 299 Baht, which is the most popular SIM among Chinese travelers and offers unlimited Internet, free calls and free WiFi nationwide. dtac Happy Tourist SIM cards are available for purchase at Suvarnabhumi Airport and convenience stores throughout the country.
     84 Perspectives of Thailand will be held from July 31 – August 6, 2016 to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Sirikit's 84th birthday. The 27 TAT overseas offices have invited foreign media, which includes a group of 84 female journalists to take a journey to visit Her Majesty’s royal initiative projects, royal development projects, royal folk arts and crafts centers, as well as natural trails to promote tourist attractions, products, and services and inspire travelers to visit Thailand. A wide range of activities to be held as part of the Women’s Journey Thailand campaign include Lady Golf Challenge, Lady Celebrities to Thailand, Thailand through Her Eyes, Lady in Thai Fabric, and 84 Perspectives of Thailand.