On 4 July 2017, TRR issued its Decision on Fidelity Communications Corporation’s (“FCC”) request for reconsideration, as a prescribed under Section 52 of the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulation Act No.30 of 2009 (“Act”), of TRR’s Order No.2 of 2017 (Order 2) and TRR’s Final Determination Concerning FCC’s Requests For Approval Of Pricing For Several Sales Of Leased Submarine Cable Capacity.
Order 2 contained approvals for maximum pricing for specific sales of wholesale international internet capacity on the ICN1 submarine cable between Port Vila, Vanuatu, and Suva, Fiji, and was issued pursuant to the requirements prescribed by TRR’s Order No. 1 of 2017. TRR’s accompanying Final Determination contains the findings and analysis relied on by TRR in issuing Order 2 of 2017.
In reconsidering these matters TRR did not find sufficient reason to vary or revoke its original decisions and they continue to be in force and unchanged.
Some information contained in this Decision has been redacted to protect the confidentiality of one or more of the parties involved.
This Decision and accompanying Order No. 6 of 2017, released on 20 June 2017, on TRR’s findings relating to Digicel’s request for internal review on TRR’s Decision of 18 April 2017 arose out of a request by Wantok Networks Ltd for interconnection services from Digicel.
TRR issued a decision, on 29 May 2017, relating to the extension of the provisions of Paragraphs 3 & 4 of Order No.3 of 2016 for a limited period of 90 days. This Decision was released alongside Order No. 5 of 2017 which enforces this Decision.