The Law of Mongolia on Telecommunications

Chapter One
General Provisions

Article 3.  Definitions in this law

In this law the following terms shall have the following meaning:

  1. “Line” means any conductors (such as wire, capacity) used for broadcasting, transmitting and receiving information and insulators, ducts, poles, towers and other materials used for line protection.
  2. “Network” means a set of lines and other apparatus used for broadcasting, transmitting and receiving information and a system for receiving, sorting, transporting and delivering mail.
  3. “Operation” means the repair, maintenance, testing and adjustment of a telecommunications network necessary for its efficient functioning.
  4. “Telecommunications service” means a service provided to customers through the telecommunications network and “operator” means a business entity in charge of telecommunications operations and services.
  5. “Demarcation point” means a point of interconnection between two operators or between an operator and a customer.
  6. “Postal items” means letters, parcels and other items stamped by a post office and sent through the postal system.
  7. “Postal address” means the information on a customer (individual, business entity or other organisation) including place of residence or location (name of the Aimag, city, Soum, district, bag, horoo, town, village, street and square, number of building, apartment or fence) and the operator number.
  8. “Postal securities” means postage stamps and envelopes and postcards with printed postage stamps.