[LINK] 'Parasitic grid' could undermine wireless revenues
Wed, 29 Aug 2001 11:16:29 +1000
Does Qantas, the ANA Hotel etc., who use Cisco's Internet Mobile Office
in-building, need a carrier licence? Are they offering an ISP service
that *needs* to be registered with the TIO?
How are these services exempt, if they are?
Is Internet Access a 'telco-like service' in this context? (As opposed
to point-to-point carriage).
Thanks for the newsgroup lead.
PS I've just read Saliya's post but it's not clear if the above example
isn't circumventing/contravening the ACA's advice to Saliya. (Negative
connotation not implied).
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Craig Sanders
Sent: Wednesday, 29 August 2001 10:29 AM
To: Michael Skeggs
Subject: Re: [LINK] 'Parasitic grid' could undermine wireless revenues
On Tue, Aug 28, 2001 at 11:57:47AM +0100, Michael Skeggs wrote:
> > Without a carrier licence it's impossible to do unless you want to
> > pay lots of fines.
> Isn't the idea of this spread spectrum wireless that it does not need
> to be licensed? Or is the fine in regard to acting as a telco without
> a licence?
regardless of whether you are using unlicensed spectrum or not, you need
a telecommunications carrier license if you want to provide telco-like
craig sanders <email@example.com>
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