The test, carried out under the theme “5G the First LIVE in Thailand by AIS”, will be run from this Thursday until December 15.
It will include the showcasing of 5G wireless connection speed and the use of 5G with industrial robots to improve production efficiency.
AIS said on Tuesday that the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission had permitted AIS last month to import 5G equipment for the testing.
The NBTC will propose to its board on Thursday to allow both AIS and True Corp to conduct the 5G testing until December 15.
True will carry out the test at the EmQuartier shopping mall.
Total Access Communication (DTAC), meanwhile, is in the process of seeking the NBTC’s permission to test 5G.