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AITI reminds public on false enforcement for TVRO
25/04/2014
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26th April – the Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry (AITI) of Brunei Darussalam would like to remind members of the public to be vigilant of anyone claiming to be collecting license fee on behalf of AITI or the Ministry of Communications.
 
In the step to be more transparent, AITI informs members of the public that procedures for entering private premises have been stated clearly in their message in respective media which mainly involves:
 
1)      Enforcement officers producing their identification passes during inspection upon arrival and at any time upon request, and
2)      Enforcement officers are not authorised to request for payment or collect any forms of payment during an inspection.
 
Currently AITI is focusing their enforcement efforts at public premises.Premises that have obtained a TVRO license or are currently waiting for their licenses to be approved are advised to ensure that the relevant documents are made readily available such as the original payment receipts and/or licence for AITI enforcement officers reference upon request at any time during the inspection. Members of the public are urged to insist on seeing the passes of any AITI enforcement officers during an inspection for verification purposes.
 
The Ministry of Communications and AITI would like to remind owners of TVRO to apply for valid license through AITI or the designated Post Offices in Bangar, Seria and Kuala Belait.
 
For any further inquiries you may approach the AITI Customer Services counter in Anggerek Desa or contact the Broadcasting and Multimedia Group through 2323232 or alternatively email at info@aiti.gov.bn.