Was I over-charged for my phone card?

In two minimarts in Kamala I have been charged more than 100 baht for a One-2-Call phone card. One shop charged me 110 baht and the other 105 baht. Why?

  • Asked on Saturday, September 18, 2004 | 01:57 PM
    Victor, Rawai.

It is not our policy to have dealers or shops selling One-2-Call cards at more than the face value of the card. In this case, AIS (Advanced Info Service) has already warned vendors to sell cards at the standard price.

If they still continue to charge more, we will penalise them; the punishment will be decided on a case-by-case basis.

  • Answered on Saturday, September 18, 2004 | 01:57 PM
    Sutthisak Kunteekan, Director of Southern Advanced Info Service Public Co Ltd.
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