Internet Service Resellers are automatically class-licensed under the Broadcasting (Class Licence) Notification of the Broadcasting Act 1994. They are required to:
- register with IMDA within 14 days of the provision of their service.
- provide a 14-day written notice to IMDA prior to the termination of their services.
Who is this for?
Localised and non-localised Internet Service Resellers that provide access to computer online services such as:
- Internet cafes
- Educational Institutions
- Public libraries
are required to register with IMDA and inform IMDA on the termination of their services. Please refer to the Broadcasting (Class Licence) Notification.
For Localised Internet Service Resellers that provide Internet access to the public:
- for purposes only incidental to their primary business, or
- for purpose of demonstration only on an occasional basis
are not required to register with IMDA nor inform IMDA on the termination of their services.
- Localised Internet Service Resellers: $100 per premise per annum
- Non-localised Internet Service Resellers (with less than 500 user accounts): $100 per annum
- Non-localised Internet Service Resellers (with 500 or more user accounts): $1,000 per annum
Applicable Licence Conditions
How to apply?
Click here to apply online via GoBusiness Licensing.
Please call 1800 478 5478 or email us.
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