Interconnection refers to the linking of communications networks to ensure that users of one communications network can access the communications networks and services of other telecommunications operators. Interconnection is necessary to promote effective competition in a multi-network, multi-operator environment.
Interconnection Regulatory Framework
Dispute Resolution Framework
Interconnection & Access Agreements
(a) Interconnection pursuant to an approved reference interconnection offer;
- RIO Agreements with Facilities-Based Operators (FBOs)
- RIO Agreements with Service-Based Operators (SBOs)
Guidelines related to in-building telecom space and facilities and information on land-use submission
Telecom riser ducts are reserved for exclusive use by Public Telecommunication Licensees (PTLs) and Telecommunication Service Licensees (TSLs) referred to as FBOs, who provide fixed services to buildings. Any other party who use the riser ducts shall seek permission from IMDA.
This set of guidelines is applicable to a building owner/developer (which may include a managing agent or a Management Corporation Strata Title holder) or a tenant who intends to lay cables in a multi-storey and/or multi-tenanted commercial or residential building.
- Guidelines on Use of Telecommunication Riser Ducts By a Building Owner/ Developer Or Tenant of a Building
IMDA generally has no objection to the height or land use proposal. For land use proposals, please note that developers or owners need to ensure these requirements.