Notice of Appreciation & call for compliance for radio apparatus licensees - 2017 Licences

The Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR) wishes to thank the following Radio Apparatus Licence Holders who have complied and renewed their Licences for 2017, in accordance with the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Act No. 30 of 2009 (the “TRR ACT”), the Radio Licence, Spectrum Licence (Fees) Regulation Order No. 153 of 2012 (the “Fees Regulation”), the decision 02 of 2014 and the decision 01 of 2015.

 

•    Unity Airlines
•    Stanley Imports
•    MV Makaira
•    MV Lawlilin
•    Majestic III
•    Air Worx Engineering  
•    Air Leasing Ltd
•    MV Dorado
•    Boat Mamma Mia
•    Rodney Newell
•    Aore Adventures
•    Unelco
•    Fuels and Moorings
•    Vanuatu Helicopters
•    Vanuatu Ferry Ltd
•    Big Sister
•    Boat Escape
•    Belair Airways
•    MV Ocean Rose
•    MV Valery
•    Boat Balou II
•    MV One People
•    John Malcolm
•    Congoola Cruises
•    Okeanos Vanuatu
•    Air Vanuatu Engineering
•    LC Roena
•    MV Golden Wing
•    MV Vanuatu People
•    Boat Farabuleu
•    Silent World Shipping
•    Bank South Pacific (BSP)
•    LC Urata Shipping
•    Boat Nemo 1
•    Boat Rendez Vous
•    FM 96
•    Minekazu Sugiyama
•    Yuji Oda
•    Hiroo Konda
•    Shigehiko Mabuchi
•    Vanuatu Sport Fishing Adventures
•    Geoffrey Clark
•    MV Kawale
•    Sarl Novella
•    Tropic Thunder
•    Kaleva Yachting Services
•    National Bank of Vanuatu
•    Trevor Buckeridge
•    Belair Shipping
•    MV Waihola
•    Boat Lara Star
•    Richard Emel
•    MV Little Weapon
•    Touaraken Shipping Services
•    Cruising Safaris
•    Air Melanesia
•    South Sea Shipping
•    Boat Magn
•    Hope TV
•    Chungki Min
•    MV Young Blood
•    Boat Le Courageoux
•    Capital FM107
•    Boat Ocean Praise
•    FM92
•    Tony Tyson
•    Boat Sonja
•    Boat Eureka
•    Guard Island Security
•    Adam Kerner
•    Boat Van Star Cruise
•    Humberto Allende
•    Airports Vanuatu Ltd


 
TRR notes a number of Holders who have yet to renew their Licences have breached or potentially breached the TRR Act, further wishes to remind those Radio Apparatus Licences Holders who have not completed renewing their required Licences or have yet to validate their Licence to act on this as soon as possible. Anyone found to be knowingly operating a radio station on board a marine vessel; an aircraft or on land; a VSAT infrastructure without owning a valid Radio Apparatus Licence issued by TRR, is in breach of the TRR Act and may be subjected to a penalty and or fine. So it is advisable that you come forward and renew your Licence as soon as possible.

TRR is considering taking further necessary steps to make sure all Radio Apparatus Licensees are operating legally in Vanuatu.

If you have any queries or if we can assist you in any way, please do not hesitate to contact TRR office on Tel. 27621 or via email to: enquiries@trr.vu.

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