Telecommunications Act
(Chapter 323, Section 74)
Telecommunications (Class Licences) Regulations
Rg 3
G.N. No. S 187/2000

(30th September 2002)
[1st April 2000]
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Telecommunications (Class Licences) Regulations.
2.  In these Regulations —
“class licence” means a licence granted by the Authority under section 5 of the Act as set out in the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Schedules;
“Facilities-Based Operator” or “FBO” means a person who is granted a specific licence under section 5 of the Act to run any telecommunication system for the purpose of offering to other persons all or any of the following:
(a)telecommunication switching capacity;
(b)telecommunication switching services;
(c)telecommunication transmission capacity; or
(d)telecommunication transmission services;
“licensee” means a person who is deemed to have been granted a class licence;
“operator” means a person who runs any of the specified telecommunication systems and services;
“Services-Based Operator” or “SBO” means a person who leases from an FBO any telecommunication system (including telecommunication network elements such as transmission capacity, switching services, ducts and fibre) to provide telecommunication services to third parties or to resell the telecommunication services of FBOs;
“specified telecommunication systems and services” means telecommunication systems and services specified in the class licences.
[G.N. No. S 187/2000]