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Y2K Summary Report from The National Y2K Command Center
from 10:00 am to 12:00 Pm of December 31, 1999.

Y2K incident reports summary from around the world as of ( 9:00 pm. Thailand time)

    Summary of Y2K reports from around the world at 9:00 PM Thailand time indicated no Y2K problems arising in countries including Australia, Kiribati Island, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, The People Republic of China and Singapore.

    Y2K Thailand Press Released

Thailand Y2K situation report summary update from 10:00 am. to 12:00 pm.

    No major Y2K related problems were reported to The National Y2K Command Center located at The Telephone Organization of Thailand (TOT) headquarter in Bangkok. A total of 682 calls were received by the center through its hot-line number 1200. The nature of the telephone calls could be summarized as follow:

  • Telephone Calls for information (576 calls)
  • Incidents report (106 calls).

    All incidents report calls were monitored and co-ordinations were made to concerned government departments and public enterprises. A total of 112 incidents and problems were resolved.

  • Most incidents called to The National Y2K Command Center involved the problems with malfunction of the telephone handset for example, unable to connect to particular telephone numbers or mobile phone. Forty two calls can be categorized into this category.
  • A total of 29 telephone calls involved malfunction of household utilities such as water supply and blackouts.
  • A total of 6 calls involved reports of financial related problems.
  • 3 calls involved transportation related problems.
  • 32 calls involved problems related to personal computer and household electric appliances.

    Of the 682 calls, 104 calls were responded by The National Y2K Command Center though coordination with other government agencies who help identified that the problems were not Y2K related.

In addition, The National Y2K Command Center also received Y2K reports from 39 other Y2K centers around the country that were operated by government agencies, state enterprises and major telecommunication companies. All reported no Y2K problems.

Last Updated 1/1/2000, 2.30

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