Code of Practice for Provision of Premium Rate Services
17 October 2007
|Cover Note (135.75KB)|
|Code of Practice for Provision of Premium Rate Services (174.91KB)
|Consequential Amendments to Codes of Practice Arising From Amendments to the Telecommunications Act (Chapter 323) (166.45KB)Updated on 27 Feb 12|
8 June 2007
IDA will be extending the deadline for submission of comments to IDA's public consultation for its proposed Code of Practive for Provision of Premium Rate Services to 12 noon, 15 June 2007.
9 May 2007
|IDA Consultation Paper|
|Proposed Code of Practice for Provision of Premium Rate Services (51.49KB)
|Annex A - Proposed Code of Practice for Provision of Premium Rate Services (155.07KB)
All submissions should be submitted in writing, in both hard and soft copy (preferably in Microsoft Word format), and must reach IDA before 12 noon, 15 June 2007. Respondents are required to include their personal or company particulars, correspondence address, contact number and email address in their submissions to this Consultation Paper. Comments and views should be addressed to:
Mr Andrew Haire
Deputy Director-General (Telecoms)
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
8 Temasek Boulevard
#14-00 Suntec Tower Three
Please submit your softcopy via email to: Erwin_Tan@imda.gov.sg.
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