Be aware of scammers impersonating as IMDA officers and report any suspicious calls to the police. Please note that IMDA officers will never call you nor request for your personal information. For scam-related advice, please call the Anti-Scam helpline at 1800-722-6688 or go to www.scamalert.sg.

MITA Seeks Views on the Proposed Amendments to the Telecommunications Act

Issued Date: 16/07/2004

Decision Date: 16/02/2005

MITA Seeks Views on the Proposed Amendments to the Telecommunications Act

The revised Telecommunications Act came into effect on 16 February 2005.

16 July 2004

MITA Seeks Views on the Proposed Amendments to the Telecommunications Act

Public Consultation Documents Released on 16 July 2004
Press Release by MITA (13.29KB)
Explanatory Memo on Proposed Amendments to the Telecommunications Act (47.75KB)
Draft Telecommunications (Amendment) Bill (122.53KB)
Telecommunications Act 1999 (180.97KB)

All submissions should reach MITA before 6 August 2004, 5pm. Comments must be submitted in both hard and soft copy (preferably in Microsoft Word format). Parties submitting comments should include their personal/company particulars as well as the correspondence address, contact numbers and email addresses on the cover page of their submissions. All comments should be addressed to:

Mr Ho Chee Pong
Director (Infocomm & Media Development)
Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts
140 Hill Street
6th Storey MITA Building
Singapore 179369
Fax: (65) 6837 9444

AND

Please submit your soft copies to: e-mail: koh_li-na@mita.gov.sg

Responses Received at Closing Date
1. Cable & Wireless (53.44KB)
2. Coudert Brothers - Joint Submission from Asia-Pacific Carriers (60.00KB)
3. MobileOne Ltd (29.83KB)
    MobileOne Ltd (Annex) (35.58KB)
4. Pacific Internet (7.68KB)
5. Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (99.60KB)
6. StarHub Pte Ltd (301.50KB)

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