Costing Methodology for Local Leased Circuits (Tail Circuits)IMDA has established regulations governing the pricing of local leased circuits tail circuits. The costing methodology for these services is designed to ensure that pricing is based on actual costs and is non-discriminatory, enabling fair competition and accessibility for all players in the industry.
30 May 2006
Minister's Decision on SingTel's Appeal Against IDA's 8 December 2005 Decision on SingTel's Request for Reconsideration
The Minister for Information, Communications, and the Arts ("Minister") has, on 30 May 2006, issued his decision on SingTel's 22 December 2005 appeal against IDA's 8 December 2005 decision on reconsideration. The Minister's decision was to uphold IDA's 8 December 2005 decision on reconsideration in full.
22 December 2005
SingTel has since appealed to the Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts on IDA's decision on SingTel's reconsideration request on 22 December 2005. The matter is now pending Minister's decision.
8 December 2005
IDA has reviewed and assessed SingTel's request for IDA to reconsider IDA's decision on the costing methodology to be adopted for the determination of the prices for TLLCs as a IRS and has decided to confirm its decision in its entirety on 8 December 2005.
11 November 2005
On 11 November 2005, SingTel submitted its request to IDA to reconsider IDA's decision on the costing methdology to be adopted for the determination of the prices for TLLCs as an Interconnection Related Service.
28 October 2005
IDA has decided on the costing methodology to be adopted for the determination of the prices for Local Leased Circuits (Tail Circuits) as an Interconnection Related Service to be offered under Singapore Telecommunications Limited's Reference Interconnection Offer.
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