Telecommunications Business definition

Telecommunications Business means, the business of (i) transmitting, or providing services relating to the transmission of, voice, video or data through owned or leased transmission facilities, (ii) constructing, creating, developing, acquiring or marketing Telecommunication Assets or other communications related network equipment, software and other devices for use in a telecommunications business or (iii) evaluating, participating or pursuing any other activity or opportunity that is primarily related to those identified in clause (i) or (ii) above; provided that the determination of what constitutes a Telecommunications Business shall be made in good faith by the board of directors of the Company.
Telecommunications Business means the business of (i) transmitting, or providing services relating to the transmission of, voice, video or data through owned or leased transmission facilities, (ii) creating, developing or marketing communications related network equipment, software and other devices for use in a Telecommunication Business or (iii) evaluating, participating or pursuing any other activity or opportunity that is primarily related to those identified in (i) or (ii) above and shall, in any event, include all businesses in which the Company or any of its Subsidiaries are engaged on the Issue Date; PROVIDED that the determination of what constitutes a Telecommunications Business shall be made in good faith by the Board of Directors, which determination shall be conclusive.
Telecommunications Business means the business of (i) transmitting or providing services relating to the transmission of voice, video or data through transmission facilities, (ii) constructing, creating, developing or producing communications networks, related network transmission, equipment, software, devices and content for use in a communications or content distribution business or (iii) evaluating, participating or pursuing any other activity or opportunity that is primarily related to (i) or (ii) above.

Examples of Telecommunications Business in a sentence

  • The supply of telecommunications facilities and equipment under Article 33-5 (1) and (2) of the Telecommunications Business Act, the joint utilization of the radio communications facilities under Article 33-7 (1) and (2) of the same Act, the interconnection under Article 34 (1), the joint use, etc.

  • The purpose of this Decree is to provide for matters delegated under the Telecommunications Business Act and matters necessary for its enforcement.

  • This shall apply mutatis mutandis to the provisions concerning telecommunications services under the Telecommunications Business Act.

  • Within our business of operating Internet-based information communication services, there are areas where we are required to comply with the Telecommunications Business Act and related ordinances enforced by relevant government divisions.Amendments to this law or to related ordinances could restrict our business.

  • The Major impact for BODC has been the introduction of the additional assessment process with the implementation of the Certificate of Likely Compliance – Plumbing Work (an extra form under the Building Act 2016).


More Definitions of Telecommunications Business

Telecommunications Business means the business of:
Telecommunications Business means the business of (i) transmitting, or --------------------------- providing services relating to the transmission of, voice, video or data through owned or leased transmission facilities, (ii) creating, developing or marketing communications related network equipment, software and other devices for use in (i) above or (iii) evaluating, participating or pursuing any other activity or opportunity that is related to those specified in (i) or (ii) above and includes, without limitation, any business in which the Company and its Restricted Subsidiaries are currently engaged on the Issue Date.
Telecommunications Business means, with respect to the Borrower Group, the business of (i) transmitting, or providing services relating to the transmission of, voice, video or data through owned or leased terrestrial or microwave transmission facilities which are a part of the System and (ii) constructing, installing, maintaining, creating, designing, developing, operating or marketing terrestrial or microwave communications related network infrastructure, components, equipment, software and other devices for use in the telecommunications business of the Borrower Group (as contemplated by the Business Plan) and any other business or opportunity that is reasonably related or complementary thereto.
Telecommunications Business means (a) the ownership, design, construction, development, acquisition, installation or management of communications systems, (b) the delivery or distribution of communications, voice, data or video services or (c) any business or activity reasonably related or ancillary to the activities described in clauses (a) or (b) of this definition, including, without limitation, any business conducted by the Company or any Restricted Subsidiary on the Issue Date and the acquisition, holding or exploitation of any license relating to the activities described in clauses (a) or (b) of this definition.
Telecommunications Business means the business of providing any type of telecommunication services or internet access services to any person or customer within the Restricted Area, including, without limitation, local, long distance, broadband, dial up data services, wireless, DSL, Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) and anyother service or product being offered or provided by the Employer or any of the XFone Companies. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "participate in" shall include, without limitation, having any direct or indirect interest in any corporation, partnership, limited liability company, joint venture or other entity, whether as a sole proprietor, owner, shareholder, partner, member, manager, joint venturer, creditor or otherwise, or rendering any direct or indirect service or assistance to any individual corporation, partnership, limited liability company, joint venture and other business entity (whether as a director, officer, manager, supervisor, employee, agent, consultant or otherwise). Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this Section 8.2 shall prohibit the Executive from owning not more than five percent (5%) of the debt or equity securities of a publicly traded corporation which may compete with the Employer or XFone Companies.