Internet Access And Service Providers Under Bulgarian Telecoms Act

Under the Bulgarian Telecoms Act, Providing Internet access and Internet services may be defined as the transmission or reception of characters, signals, written text, images, or any other kind of information, by means of wire, radio waves, fiber-optic cable or another electromagnetic medium. According to current Bulgarian law, this is the definition of a telecommunications service, and therefore it falls into the scope of the Telecommunications Act of July 27, 1998.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Is an individual licence needed for common Internet providing?
Are there any disadvantages when using a free regime or when registering under a general licence?
Are there any disadvantages for individually licensed Internet providers?
How can an individual licence be obtained if needed?


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