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Yorky

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Excuse my ignorance but I do not understand what is written. For example, what is a discount of Baht 0,1030? I do not understand the use of the comma in the number. What does the comma mean?

I didn't prepare it. Either MEA or PEA must have prepared it. Also I believe "500 >" should be ">500".

I think a few countries use the comma for this purpose (money).
 
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Yorky

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Also I believe "500 >" should be ">500"

In line with the other numbers, I think it should read "501>"

I'm not convinced about that looking at it again. 500 would attract a ฿0.1030 discount whereas 501 would not attract any discount at all, i.e. >500 (greater than 500 units). 501 units and above would be a simpler way to understand.
 

Prakhonchai Nick

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I'm not convinced about that looking at it again. 500 would attract a ฿0.1030 discount whereas 501 would not attract any discount at all, i.e. >500 (greater than 500 units). 501 units and above would be a simpler way to understand.
If I were fortunate to have used only 500 units, I would not be particularly bothered about a discount
 

Prakhonchai Nick

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Just received my house electric bill. Used 160 less units in the past month and despite the increased Ft, my bill came to 4,630bt 180bt less than last month
 
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