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Other Legislation of Interest
(1) No. 9 of 2002 Mobile Cellular Telephone Tax Act (This Act concerns the imposition of tax on calls made from cellular phones)

(2)
No. 5 of 2006 Mobile Cellular Telephone Tax (Amendment) Act

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 Possible ways that a person can be in breach of the law with respect to Telecommunications

The list below includes but is not limited to the following:-

(1) Telecommunications Act of 2000, Section 29 (Prohibition on Engaging in Services Without a Licence)

(2) Telecommunications Act of 2000, Part VI (59 - 68):

Connection of terminal equipment
Reduction of electrical interference
Unlawful interception
Secrecy of personal information
Malicious damage to apparatus
Unlawful interception and disclosure of personal information
Obstruction of investigation
Refusal
Giving false information
Failure to attend to give evidence to Commission

Telecommunications Wiring

(1) Workmen on Your Premises

(2) Master Jack

The installation of a Master Jack in a residential home signifies the termination to Cable & Wireless' network and is therefore deemed no longer their responsibility. From that point on, any wiring/maintenance that is required becomes the responsbile of the resident or person occupying the premises. This responsibility therefore presents added opportunities, such as access to a pool of contractors, rates offered and after sales service.

 

 

Dispute Resolution Regulations-Procedure for Seeking Redress

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