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Telecommunications Amendment Act, No. 64 of 2001
To amend the Telecommunications Act, 1996 (Act No. 103 of 1996), so as to insert new definitions and substitute other definitions; to make provision for radio frequency access in the 1800 MHz frequency band; to make provision for new kinds of licences; to make further provision for applications for licences and the consideration thereof; to provide anew for the taking of decisions on applications for licences; to provide for public switched telecommunication services and public switched telecommunication networks; to further regulate mobile cellular telecommunication services; to provide for the commencement or duration of certain licences; to further regulate private telecommunication networks; to make further provision for the interconnection of telecommunication systems; to further provide for the availability of telecommunication facilities; to provide for emergency centres; to make further provision for certain functions of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa; and to make provision for the establishment of a telecommunications museum; to provide for the repeal of a particular law and the amendment of another; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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