Broadband subscription for your home in Thailand
You need a subscription if you live in an area connected to the Sanuk Systems fiber network, and a subscription is not automatically included in your rent or fee.
If your housing association or building owner has a volume agreement for Internet access, you should instead contact them for pricing and ordering details as you may save up to 40% of the cost. With an agreement you can also add additional premium TV-channels such as sports and movie channels.
First decide your connection method:
Our broadband provides a premium Internet connection via FIBER or ADSL, with higher international speed and more services than an ‘ordinary broadband’. A router with local WiFi for your home is included in all packages.
Most areas connected to the Sanuk broadband are using modern high performance CAT5/6 or fiber cables. This is the best option, and includes a stable connection with up to 40 Mbps bandwidth from Internet. It also enables additional services such as TV and Radio via the same cable.
Older apartments and villas may be connected using telephone copper cables. While these can be used as a cheap way to connect to the network, they typically limit the downstream bandwidth to around 10 Mbps, and may not always be fully reliable. If this is the case for your home, your connection can be upgraded to a modern fiber connection for a one-time cost of around 10,000 baht depending on location.
Then choose an annual plan:
Always connected to a flat rate
The connection fee is 15,600 baht per year
There are no additional costs
Pay per use
The connection fee is 7 800 baht per year
In addition, you pay 700 baht per week or 1,950 baht per month when using the connection