Intouch Holdings PCL; formerly Shin Corporation) is a Thai holding company which focuses on telecommunication industry. It is the parent company of Advanced Info Service, the largest mobile phone operator in Thailand, and Thaicom, Thailand's satellite operator. It is listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand and is part of SET50 index.
The company was founded as "Shinawatra Computer Service and Investment" by Thaksin Shinawatra, who later became the Prime Minister of Thailand. The sale of Shinawatra family's stake in Shin Corporation to Singapore's Temasek Holdings in 2006 sparked controversy, which intensified the anti-Thaksin movement.
Shin Corporation rebranded itself to Intouch in 2011, including its new stock symbol, but did not officially change its registered name until March 2014.
Highest paying job titles at Intouch Group include Account Director, Art Director, and Senior Technical Program Manager