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AITI TO CONDUCT INDUSTRY SHARING ON THE PUBLIC CONSULTATION PAPER ON TARIFF REGULATION FRAMEWORK

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AITI TO CONDUCT INDUSTRY SHARING ON THE PUBLIC CONSULTATION PAPER ON TARIFF REGULATION FRAMEWORK
01/10/2013
 
 
The Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) will be conducting an industry sharing session tomorrow, 3 October 2013 at Seri Kerna Hall, AITI Building in Anggerek Desa to share and brief on AITI’s public consultation paper on “Tariff Regulation Framework for the Telecommunications and Broadcasting Sectors in Brunei Darussalam”.
 
In line with the objective of ensuring efficient, effective and co-ordinated regulation of a converging telecommunications and broadcasting sectors, the tariff regulation framework aims to ensure communication cost are affordable to the consumer, promotes competition amongst market player, and provides regulatory certainty that is pursued by the AITI.
 
Back in 24 April 2013, AITI has appointed Detecon Asia Pacific Ltd (Detecon) for the development of Tariff Regulation Framework for the Telecommunications and Broadcasting Sectors in Brunei Darussalam. The project has just concluded its Phase 1 with main activity of information gathering to produce an in depth industry analysis so AITI can gain an understanding on the current telecommunications and broadcasting markets and the tariffs as levied by Licensees and broadcasters.  Phase 2 of the project involves the development of the Tariff Regulation Framework, which AITI intends to consult with the industry and respective licensees.  The Consultation Paper “Tariff Regulation Framework for Telecommunication and Broadcasting Sectors in Brunei Darussalam” was launched on 30 September 2013.  The closing date for submission to AITI on the Consultation Paper will be on 11 October 2013.
 
With this, AITI will be holding an industry sharing tomorrow on the Consultation Paper which can be downloaded from the AITI website (www.aiti.gov.bn).  The consultation process provides an opportunity for stakeholders to provide their feedback to the proposed framework so that AITI can take into consideration the practicality, operational constraints and relevant inputs before finalising the framework.  In addition to this, members of public are also welcome to attend the industry briefing on the consultation paper.
 
 
 
 
For any queries on the public consultation paper, please contact the following AITI officers:
 
Melissa Tithymirda binti Nikman
 
Or
Hjh Nuruljannah binti Hj Mohd Zamari
+673-236 6633
+673-236 6691