Today, with all the friendly locals still very much around you on the street, you might find yourself reaching for the powerful fountain of information in your pocket – your smartphone.
Thais spent more time on the Internet in 2016, at 45 hours a week on average or 6.4 hours a day.
South East Asia’s Internet economy, spanning online shopping to games and advertising, will surge sixfold to about $200 billion in the next decade
The Thai government announced plans to invest BT38bn ($1.1bn) in strengthening the country’s broadband backbone, extending access across Thailand and increasing data speeds by more than 400%.
Google’s autocomplete function provides suggestions derived from common Google searches by other users.
Thailand's average time online per day (5.03 hours) is the highest in Asia, followed by Singapore at 4.38 hours, Malaysia at 4.18 hours and India at 3.35 hours.
If you live and work in Thailand, you probably already know what slow an unreliable internet connection feels like : very frustrating and time consuming.
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