ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS ACT, 2008 (ACT 775); SECTION 7, AS AMENDED

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(1) The Authority may grant a Class Licence or authorisation for the operation of 

(a) value added services, 

(b) resale of electronic communications capacity or services by private operators to the public, 

(c) networks for wholesale, private line or public distribution, (d) domestic telephone service, or 

(e) other services for which the Authority considers Class Licence to be appropriate. 

(2) A Class Licence gives a person the right to carry on the activities subject to the conditions specified in the licence. 

(3) A Class Licence shall specify the electronic communications network or service it authorises, a person’s eligibility for the Class Licence and the conditions of the Class Licence, including 

(a) the scope of the licensed networks or services, 

(b) applicable technical and operational standards or conditions, 

(c) the location in which the authorised networks are to be operated or the authorised services are to be provided, 

(d) the duration of the licence, and 

(e) other requirements. 

(4) The Authority shall issue within the period specified in this Act or Regulations made under this Act a declaration that a person is authorised to operate the electronic communications network or provide the electronic communications service specified in the Class Licence.

(5) The Authority may issue the declaration immediately after the registration if it considers it appropriate.

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(6) A person who has a Class Licence must notify the Authority of any change or inaccuracy in the information provided for the registration or any change in its operations that makes it ineligible for the Class Licence within fourteen days after the operator becomes aware of the occurrence.

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