Chapter 3 Operation Administration
Section 1: Technical Supervision
Applicants or operators shall use telecommunications numbers in accordance with provisions of the Regulations Governing the Numbering of Telecommunications.
The Operator shall provide Emergency Calls of 110 and 119 to subscribers for free.
The Operator shall give priority to calls at 110 or 119.
The operator shall provide equal access service in accordance with related provisions of the Regulations Governing Equal Access Service.
After the operator completes the 1900MHz Digital Low-Power Wireless Telephone system and accesses telecommunication equipment online, the operator shall report and apply to NCC for examination and approval.
Before the examination and approval the operator should examine the network and record the results; the period of examination cannot be less than one month.
If the system exchange facilities are added or altered after the carrier acquires concession, the carrier shall report to the authority for approval. After the addition or the alternation is completed, the carrier shall apply for the system technical examination to the authority. After passing the examination, the authority shall issue a certificate to prove the passing of the system technical examination and allow the system exchange facilities to operate.
The technical standard of aforementioned Paragraph 1 shall be promulgated by NCC.
The 1900MHz Digital Low-Power Wireless Telephone Communication System settled by the operators can be examined regularly or non-regularly by NCC.
If the base stations settled by operators disturb by outer radio signal with the result of communications interrupt or the quality goes down, the operators should solve and improve by themselves.
If the operator's frequency interfere with incumbent radio station, the operator shall negotiate with the incumbent radio station operators for adjust. If the negotiation failed, the operators can report to NCC for arbitration, and all operators should obey the decision of NCC.
The telecommunications facilities installed by an Operator shall comply with the following requirements:
1. Operators shall sufficiently protect the correspondence privacy of subscribers.
2. Operators shall maintain appropriate quality of communications.
3. Operators shall not damage the facilities of users or other public communications network.
4. Operators shall have a precise point of division of liabilities between its telecommunications facilities and the facilities of other public telecommunications network.
5. Operators shall provide country code CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) function in inbound international call and blocking inbound international call service by trusted user.
In the case of any violation of the 1900MHz Digital Low-Power Wireless Telephone in accordance with the preceding Articles, the authority shall order to improve or confine its use within a time limit.
An Operator shall report the point of division of liabilities to NCC for records as referred to in item 4 of the Paragraph 1.
An Operator shall provide the service of item 5 of the Paragraph 1 from 1st Jan 2012.
An Operator shall appoint the person who possesses the qualification certificate of advanced telecommunications engineer to be responsible for and supervise the construction, maintenance and operation of its telecommunications network, and to sign and ratify the construction logs and maintenance logs.
The construction logs and maintenance logs as referred to in the preceding Paragraph shall at least be preserved for one year. An Operator shall provide them for examination by the officials dispatched by NCC.