In my opinion, there are many concerns about the Net Pracharat project. The number of free WiFi spots that do not cover all areas in the remote villages is one of my concerns. It should not have a single WiFi spot per village. The number of WiFI spots should be appropriate to population size in the remote villages. Another is the internet speed for download and upload (30Mbps/10Mbp) of Net Pracharat which is very low for digital services nowadays. The benefits from the publicly invested infrastructure may not direct to rural villages. It can greatly increase the number of internet users in rural areas. But, Private ISP may use this opportunity to compete with Net Pracharat. Without investment in infrastructure, private ISP can expand and provide better internet to the rural area to make their own profits. Therefore, Net Pracharat can be abandoned due to lower internet quality. The last major concern is data privacy. People who have few experiences in using the internet may take more risk in internet fraud. Their digital information could be monitored by the government or malefactors. So, this project should pay more attention to cybersecurity especially data privacy protection.