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Traveling to europe with dtac iphone. does OTP system KTB bank work


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I need to take my thai phone to possible transfer money online via ktb to pay staff etc. Does the OTP system work overseas?

 

We will take another spare phone and get a swiss and german sim card to access wifi etc. 

 

If we use the hotel wifi on the thai phone over there will it cost us dearly?

 

thanks

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Works for SCB and Bangkok Bank so long as I pay , I think, 12 Baht per year to enable roaming, so I see no reason that it wouldn't work for KTB

 

SMS messages are free to send and receive so there is really no down side to it, just don't answer voice calls, since they can be expensive for the sender 

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12 minutes ago, Langsuan Man said:

Works for SCB and Bangkok Bank so long as I pay , I think, 12 Baht per year to enable roaming, so I see no reason that it wouldn't work for KTB

 

SMS messages are free to send and receive so there is really no down side to it, just don't answer voice calls, since they can be expensive for the sender 

SMS messages are free to send and receive

 

While roaming, receiving SMS is free, but sending? Please check with the Telco.

AIS charges for sending SMS while roaming.

 

http://www.ais.co.th/roaming/en/other.html

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I have used Kasikorn successfully but you must tell them you are going overseas and make sure you enable roaming on your Thai sim. Wi -fi not acceptable. (In my experience)

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I have used Dtac and Kasikorn bank (OTP) several times from Europe.  Just make sure its open for roaming, a quick call to 1678 and they will assist you. 

 

 

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10 hours ago, balo said:

I have used Dtac and Kasikorn bank (OTP) several times from Europe.  Just make sure its open for roaming, a quick call to 1678 and they will assist you. 

By default, at least the pre-paid numbers, are not enabled for roaming. Like Balo said, it's easily fixed by calling DTAC service centre. 

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17 hours ago, bbabythai said:

If we use the hotel wifi on the thai phone over there will it cost us dearly?

If you use the "DTAC Wifi Calling" app, and are on wifi - anybodies wifi including foreign 3g, 4g, etc, the calls made will be charged, or deducted from your prepaid credit, as if they originated in Thailand. So, calls, SMS, etc. to a Thai number will be charged at local rates.

Whatsapp calls are free, if they connect. 

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Yes, it does work. I have a Kasikorn savings account and set up internet banking years ago. I don't ever remember setting anything special up for the SMS. It is done over WiFi as I have mobile data switched off for my DTAC SIM. I think it costs 12 baht for the SMS each time.

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Certainly works in other South-East Asian countries (so should work in Europe too) I have been using my KTB debit card all over the region without telling the bank anything, neither do I enable roaming. I briefly insert my Dtac Sim in the phone to receive the OTP, not sure whether I am charged for the text, but it can't be much or I would have noticed. 

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I use it when i go home to the US for Kasikorn.... I keep my Thai AIS sim in the phone although I dont think it matters as long as I have Wifi...... I always use it on Wifi.......In the US........ (I use it a lot...........)

edited to add.... You may have better luck with your 'original' Thai sim card and Hotel or Home Wifi......... With Wifi turned 'on' on your phone......... Possibly with 'cellular' turned off..........

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Assuming you've enabled international roaming (before leaving Thailand is ideal), have a local signal from a DTAC partner, and the number is properly registered with Kasikorn then you should be able to receive OTP SMSes sent to your Thai number. Maybe best to turn off mobile data when roaming outside of Thailand to avoid sticker shock.

 

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/prepaid/services/roaming/preparation.html

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/roaming/rate/dtn/prepaid/deu/

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/roaming/rate/dtn/prepaid/che/

 

 

 

The DTAC app can also be used to enable IR.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=th.co.crie.tron2.android

 

 

DTAC Call is an option but you will need a WiFi signal (hotel, open, or a hotspot from the spare phone using mobile data)

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/info/dtac-call.html

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=th.co.dtac.wificalling

 

 

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Regarding mobile data you just ask Dtac to deactivate it outside of Thailand. Or you have to manually switch it off to avoid a hefty bill. 

 

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You can turn IR on or off via USD, IVR or use the mobile app., or use the web app.

 

Activate International Service
Direct Number (USSD) *118*9# SEND

IVR*1018  Press 9 Press 1

 

Deactivate International Service
Direct Number (USSD) *118*2*9# SEND

IVR*1018  Press 9 Press 1

 

Check International Service status
Direct Number (USSD) *118*3*9# SEND

IVR*1018  Press 9

 

 

 

You can turn mobile data on or off via USSD, IVR or the mobile app., or use the web app.

 

Enable dtac prepaid internet
Direct Number (USSD) *104*71*9# SEND

IVR*1004  Press 9 Press 7

 

Disable dtac prepaid internet
Direct Number (USSD) *104*72*9# SEND

IVR*1004  Press 9 Press 7

 

You can obviously turn mobile data off on the phone as well, within SETTINGS.

 

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/prepaid/services/happynumber.html

 

 

 

 

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 I seem to get stuck on using the phone apps abroad and usually Finnish up using the call centre. It's good for sending to existing people but the OTP codes don't send out properly for other transactions, am I doing something wrong?

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On 10/13/2018 at 10:12 AM, mtls2005 said:

Assuming you've enabled international roaming (before leaving Thailand is ideal), have a local signal from a DTAC partner, and the number is properly registered with Kasikorn then you should be able to receive OTP SMSes sent to your Thai number. Maybe best to turn off mobile data when roaming outside of Thailand to avoid sticker shock.

 

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/prepaid/services/roaming/preparation.html

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/roaming/rate/dtn/prepaid/deu/

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/roaming/rate/dtn/prepaid/che/

 

 

 

The DTAC app can also be used to enable IR.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=th.co.crie.tron2.android

 

 

DTAC Call is an option but you will need a WiFi signal (hotel, open, or a hotspot from the spare phone using mobile data)

 

http://www.dtac.co.th/en/info/dtac-call.html

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=th.co.dtac.wificalling

 

 

thanks for your reply. just to confirm...1. I should enable international roaming before i go

2. turn off mobile data when Im abroad.  

can I then get OTP codes? can I still use LINE?

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On 10/12/2018 at 1:45 PM, oilinki said:

When using DTAC, you can also use their DTAC Call, which allows you to receive and make call as well as SMSs to/from Thailand, using internet call. 

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=th.co.dtac.wificalling

 

does that mean that my wife and I are both dtac users.... we can register independently and have free use to each other/

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On 11/2/2018 at 8:41 PM, davidst01 said:

does that mean that my wife and I are both dtac users.... we can register independently and have free use to each other/

You could accomplish the same thing for free using WhatsApp, line or even Skype....... 

 

All you both need are an Internet connection to be able to call, msg, or video call each other

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2 Things -

 

1. If you are on Kbank, you can get rid of the OTP and use their K-secure app - https://itunes.apple.com/th/app/k-secure/id964745254 . Just go to settings and make the switch from OTP to K-Secure.

 

2. KTB, KBANK, BBL and SCB all have outstanding mobile apps, with no more need for OTP, and are quite superior to the Web experience.  Get the APPs, you'll never go back to their websites. 

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