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iciHaiti - CONATEL : Fight against illegal internet and TV services
17/05/2018 09:57:56

iciHaiti - CONATEL : Fight against illegal internet and TV services
The engineer Jean-David Rodney Director General of the National Council of Telecommunications (CONATEL) has been informed that some companies operate telecommunications services, including Internet access services and / or satellite TV, for which they do not hold no prior authorization.

He reminds everyone that any exploitation of telecommunications networks in Haiti is subject to the possession of a Haitian State concession in accordance with article 3 paragraph e of the decree of 10 June 1987 redefining the mission of the CONATEL.

The Executive Council of CONATEL recalls that under Article 19 of the Decree of 12 October 1977, equipment or installations operating without prior authorization are considered as clandestine and sanctioned by the outright seizure of equipment without any compensation (Article 139 paragraph (j) of this Decree) notwithstanding any other sanction provided for by law, particularly those relating to tax evasion and contraband.

The Director Rodney emphasizes that if these companies not submit to the laws and regulations of the telecommunications sector in the immediate future, CONATEL will identify them by name and will take any legal action to respect the principles of fair and healthy competition as well as that the preservation and protection of the interests of the State and the rights of consumers.

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