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Regional Group for Asia and Oceania (SG3RG-AO)
Questionnaire on the Tariff situation in the countries of Asia and Oceania
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ANNEX 1
(to TSB Collective letter 4/SG3RG-AO)

Measurement of meeting Recommendations D.500 R by number of relations and by number of bothway traffic
 
Important Note: This is the first part of the SG3RG-AO questionnaire. You will be directed to the second part of the questionnaire after you have completed this form.
 
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Section 1
 
  By number of relations:  

Category of service Maximum settlement rates As at 1 Jan. 2010
number of relations in each category
As at 1 Jan. 2010
number of relations still above maximum rate
As at 1 Jan. 2010
maximum settlement rate still in force (in SDR)
Telephone direct relations terminating on a fixed network 0.0668 SDR
Telephone direct relations terminating on a mobile network 0.1100 SDR
Telephone Hubbing Relations ---  



  By number of bothways traffic:  

Category of service Maximum settlement rates Total number of bothway traffic in 2009 Total number of bothway traffic in 2009 settled at a rate above maximum rate As at 1 Jan. 2010
maximum settlement rate still in force (in SDR)
Direct terminating on fixed network 0.0668 SDR
Direct terminating on a mobile network 0.1100 SDR
Hubbing ---  

 
 
Section 2


  Category of difficulties faced in meeting the recommended rates:  

Category of service Number of relations
Regulatory obligations  
Protracted negotiations  
Negotiations not yet initiated  
High Costs  
Effect on net settlement  
Administrative difficulties  
Universal Service obligations financing low capacity utilization (economy of scale)  
High interconnection cost  
Other reasons  
Please specify:

 
 
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