The Telecommunications Act 2005 as amended prohibits the provision of telecommunications services and networks to the public for direct of indirect compensation without a licence.
the Regulator issues telecommunications licences as either individual licences of class licences. Under the Act, the Regulator may exempt certain specified activities or classes of persons from the requirement to hold a licence. The Office of the Regulator monitors compliance with all licences.
Telecommunications licences are separate and additional to radio spectrum licences. Service providers who use the radio spectrum to provide telecommunications services are required to apply for and hold both a radio spectrum licence and a telecommunications licence.
Licensing Procedures & Fees
List of Telecom Provides
Universal Access requirement aim to promote service coverage and ongoing network roll-out in a competitive market. They aim to ensure that service providers continue to service uneconomic areas or customers, such as remote or difficult to access areas and low-income customers groups.
Numbering Request Forms
Type Approval Process/Procedure