Numbering Plan Regulations 2016

2020-04-16T14:23:29+02:00Apr 16th, 2020|Numbering, Open for comment, snippets, Uncategorized|

[16 April 2020] ICASA has published the Numbering Plan Amendment Regulations, 2020 which will come into force three months from the date of publication in the government gazette (15 April 2020). Numbering Plan Amendment Regulations, 2020 ___ [3 March 2019] ICASA has published draft amendments to the Numbering Plan Regulations 2016 intended to harmonise use [...]

ICASA review of Number Portability Regulations

2019-04-03T23:35:15+02:00Apr 3rd, 2019|Numbering, snippets|

[3 April 2019] Cell C have launched an application in the High Court for the review and setting aside of ICASA's decision to promulgate the Number Portability Regulations 2018. Cell C High Court Notice of Motion 29 March 2019 The initiation of legal action is a result of the publication by ICASA - also on [...]

Numbering applications

2016-10-19T11:06:28+02:00Oct 19th, 2016|Numbering, snippets|

[19 October 2016] ICASA have indicated that any applications for numbering submitted in the incorrect format will be rejected; the updated application form can be downloaded at the link below. Ellipsis is able to assist with this process, please contact Sumaiyah Makda (Sam) for further information. Application form ___ [23 October 2014] The documents below are no [...]

toll-free services / premium-rate services / machine-related services

2017-10-09T12:08:39+02:00Oct 16th, 2014|Numbering, snippets|

See further Numbering Plan Regulations 2016. [16 October 2014] ICASA has issued a notice extending the deadline for compliance with those provisions of the Numbering Plan Regulations 2012 relating to the implementation of new frameworks for the implementation of toll-free, premium-rated and machine-related services. Extension for compliance with toll free, premium rated, machine related services requirements [...]

Numbering audit submission March 2014

2014-03-24T09:16:59+02:00Mar 24th, 2014|Numbering, snippets|

[24 March 2014] A reminder that the number audit submission is due by 31 March 2014. Forms are below. Note that there are still some licensees who did not submit responses last year. ICASA has issued a notice setting out the names of these licensees and indicating they will be taking enforcement steps to ensure [...]

Numbering Plan Regulations 2012

2014-05-24T22:21:20+02:00Oct 18th, 2012|Numbering, snippets|

[Update 19 October 2012]: ICASA has finally completed its review process and new regulations and a reasons document were published on 2 October 2012 (effective on publication). Numbering Plan Regulations 2012 Numbering Plan Regulations 2012 Reasons Document ICASA published draft Numbering Plan Regulations in June 2010, marking the formal commencement of the first review of [...]

Geographic Number Porting Process

2011-11-14T11:13:49+02:00Nov 11th, 2011|Numbering, snippets|

The Number Portability Company (the NPC) has provided the following direction on how to register and attain accreditation with it for Geographic Number Porting (GNP) by ECNS licensees. How to register and gain accreditation for GNP Stage in the process Notes 1 Provide company documentation to the NPC Registered company name. Company registration and VAT [...]

Numberless SIMs

2011-04-30T19:56:31+02:00Apr 30th, 2011|Numbering, snippets|

In order to "promote efficient use of numbers by operators and to eliminate potential misuse of numbers in the distribution channel such as retail stores", ICASA, after due consultation with affected licensees, has decided to introduce a requirement for the provision of numberless or MSISDNless SIM starter packs from 15 May 2009. From this date [...]

Geographic Number Portability (GNP)

2016-08-27T19:17:54+02:00Mar 11th, 2011|Numbering|

This page is intended as a dedicated resource for regulatory documents relating to Geographic Number Portability (GNP), which was fully implemented in South Africa on 26 April 2010. From this date it became possible to port a single number from one provider to another (previously only blocks of 1 000 or more numbers could be [...]

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