In a city of 8.4 million, the word broadband is a little bit like a name for the number of people who can be seen on one screen at a time.
In this city of 2.3 million people, however, the name broadband has an incredibly broad meaning: It’s the broadband of the nation.
The city’s broadband has been a major part of its economic and social life for years.
And now, the city is in the process of turning its new fibre optic network into the country’s largest and most expensive broadband service.
The cost of the network, known as Gigabit Next, is forecast to be $7 billion by the end of 2020, and the city expects to spend $1.5 billion in total on its network.
It’s also looking to expand its network to other cities in Thailand and to overseas destinations like China.
In a bid to boost its network, the government has partnered with telco AT&T to build the countrys largest fibre optic cable system, a project that is expected to cost more than $2 billion.
The cable is part of a project to upgrade the country s fibre optic broadband to gigabit speeds, and is expected later this year.
The upgrade is expected at a cost of around $500 million, but the city has set a target of $1 billion.
The plan is expectedto deliver gigabit internet speeds to every home and business in the city, and to reach almost 90 per cent of its population by 2020.
The expansion of the fibre optic system is part in a wider effort to modernise the city’s infrastructure, said Datuk Seri Prabongthapit Vichai, mayor of the Bangkok Metropolitan Region.
It is part-funded by the National Tourism and Cultural Organization of Thailand, and part of the governments $1 trillion infrastructure programme, the Integrated Economic Strategy.
The project is part the country s bid to modernize its infrastructure and make it competitive with other cities, including Beijing, and cities in other parts of the world, like Singapore, New York and Sydney.
The fibre optic cables in Bangkok have already been deployed in Singapore, which has become the first country to have the citys gigabit infrastructure.
In addition to the upgrade to the network in Bangkok, the company also plans to invest in broadband in other cities.
The new fibre network will connect to the city s network in the future, as well as to a fibre optic infrastructure in other locations in the country, like in the capital, Bangkok.
The upgrade to gigabit speeds has been expected since the start of 2020.
And according to the City Council, the upgrade is still on track for completion in 2021.
It has been an ambitious project.
The city is expecting to upgrade its existing fibre optic networks in 2019 and 2020.
The cable is expected in 2020, too, but is still being built.