Law of Mongolia on Telecommunications
State Regulation of Telecommunications
Operation, Service and Manufacture
Article 8. Licences
Licences for carrying out telecommunications
operations, services and manufacture (hereinafter referred to as “licences”)
shall be issued for the purposes of:
1) the installation and operation
of a core telecommunications network;
2) the provision of telecommunications
to the public through a telecommunications network set up for internal
3) the use of radio frequencies;
4) the manufacture of technical
and electrical equipment for information and communications; and
5) the manufacture of postal securities.
If the requirements provided by legislation
are satisfied, a licence shall be issued to:
1) a business entity, organisation
or citizen of Mongolia;
2) a business entity with foreign
investment incorporated under the laws of Mongolia.
A licence may be issued to a foreign
legal person by the central State administrative body in charge of telecommunications
with the permission of the Government.
If a business entity, organisation or
individual wishes to carry on an operation or provide a service for a purpose
other than one of the purposes for which a licence may be issued under
paragraph 1 of this article, the applicant shall inform the central State
administrative body for telecommunications or the relevant authority of
that purpose and apply for registration.