Licence fee for radio paging service providers in cities
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Licence fee for radio paging service providers in cities consultation paper on viability assessment for licence fee determination by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.

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Published by The Authority in New Delhi .
Written in English



  • India.


  • Radio paging -- India.,
  • Telecommunication -- Rates -- India.

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With special reference to India.

Edition Notes

StatementTelecom Regulatory Authority of India.
SeriesConsultation paper ;, no. 98/6, Consultation paper (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) ;, no. 98/6.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2003/60166 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3975223M
LC Control Number2001292567

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The licence fee was revised and the DoT asked the operators to pay Rs. per subscriber as annual licence. The licence fee was again revised and service operators had to pay Rs. 6, per subscriber. The DoT also placed caps on the rental and tariffs. The service providers could charge a maximum Rs. only as rental. () [email protected] Golden Lantern, Ste E # Laguna Niguel, CA AM – PM PST Monday to Friday. A licence fee for a fixed term licence is charged on a pro-rata basis, maximum duration for a licence is days. Each month of use contributes to the fee. Minimum fee for a licence is £20 and the cost is rounded up to the nearest pound. The services included in Private Land Mobile are Public Safety, Industrial/Business, Private Land Mobile Paging, and Radiolocation. Private Land Mobile Radio Service licensees in the MHz and MHz bands are subject to the Commission's January 1, deadline to migrate to narrowband ( kHz or narrower) technology.

Radio Station Licensing Procedure for Radiocommunication Service Providers – System Licensing CPC 1 1. Purpose The Minister of Industry, through the Department of Industry Act, the Radiocommunication Act and the Radiocommunication Regulations, with due regard to the objectives of the Telecommunications Act, is responsible for spectrum management in Canada. [25 March ] ICASA has given notice of the annual increase to be implemented in respect of radio frequency spectrum licence fees. The new fees will be effective from 1 April and will increase by % based on the average Consumer Price Index (CPI). Note: Should a radiocommunication service provider station covered by the guidelines of Section be located on one of the lines of latitude and longitude separating the zones, it will be considered to be located in the less congested zone for the purpose of fee calculations. Radiocommunication Service Provider System Licensing Fees.   This is available in 2 ways: Broadcast transmitter data files; List of licensed transmitters (the Radio and TV broadcasting stations book) If a record exists, it means there is a transmitter licence for the service.

Radio Paging Service Providers. The Radio Paging Service Providers (RPSP) shall be permitted to provide paging services within their service area of operation. Direct interconnectivity between licenced RPSPs and any other type of service provider in their area of operation including sharing of infrastructure shall be permitted. Original Voice Service • Started out as Plain old telephone service (“POTS) • POTS is the voice-grade telephone service that remains the basic form of residential and small business service connection to the telephone network in many parts of the world. • In the US, the paired copper wires (“copper pair”). Personal radio services provide short-range, low power radio for personal communications, radio signaling, and business communications not provided for in other wireless services. The range of applications is wide, spanning from varied one- and two way voice communications systems to non-voice data transmission devices used for monitoring patients or operating equipment by. Service Licence (for short ‘UAS Licence’) with 2G spectrum in , circles and paging licences were awarded in 27 cities and 18 state circles. Providers’; (ii) Radio Paging Service Providers; (iii) Public Mobile Radio Trunking Service Providers; (iv) National Long Distance Operators; (v).