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DoT (Department of Telecommunication) OSP license is required by those vendors who are engaged in tele-services business such as tele-trading, tele-e commerce, tele- education, tele- banking or ITES. DoT license allows them to operate these activities by accessing the infrastructure of non-telecom service providers. DoT license was introduced by Department of Telecommunication under New Telecom Policy (NTP) 1999 to regulate the registration of call centers (international/ national) but later it was made mandatory for more services such as network operation centers, vehicle tracking systems.The complete DoT license registration procedure is regulated by the Telecom enforcement, resource and monitoring (TERM) cells as per the location of the OSP business location.
To apply for the DoT license, the business is required to be a Private Limited Company. So before applying for OSP license, applicant requires to register a pvt ltd company. Here is the list of important document required to obtain DoT OSP license.
The DoT License covers the following service providers in India. Here is the list of all type of OSPs which are required to apply for DoT OSP license.
DoT license is issued for a period of 20 years if pvt ltd company complied with the required rules and regulations. They have to file annual return mentioning the details of activities carried out and the present state of business.
The Infrastructure Providers Category-I (IP 1) License is granted to service providers who provide assets such as Dark Fibre, Right of Way, Duct space and Tower. This DoT license was introduced to private service providers with effect from 13.08.2000. All registered indian companies are eligible to apply for IP 1 license. The applicant company is required to pay Rs. 5000/- as processing fee along with the application.
An Infrastructure Provider (IP) - II license is compulsory for companies who want to lease / rent out /sell end to end bandwidth. This DoT license was introduced to private sector with effect from 13.08.2000. All Indian registered companies were eligible to apply. The applicant company was required to pay Rs. 10,000/- as processing fee along with the application. Along with it; a Performance Bank Guarantees of Rs. 1000 Millions was required to be submitted before signing the license agreement. Note: (Issuance of IP-II Licence has been discontinued w.e.f. 14.12.05)