Definition of Telecommunications Licenses


Telecommunications Licenses means the terms and conditions applicable to (i) the Company's license to provide GSM telecommunications services in Greece, as adopted by Ministerial Decision 4829/1992 regarding the "Granting of License for the operation of a cellular telecommunications network GSM to STET HELLAS Telecommunications AEBE", (Official Gazette B' 586/1992), and as amended by Ministerial Decisions 5997/1992 (Official Gazette B' 718/1992), 53350/3838 (Official Gazette B' 1157/2000) and 239/69 (Official Gazette B' 142/2002), (ii) the Company's license to provide GSM/DCS telecommunication services in Greece in accordance with the terms and conditions provided in the Special License for the installation, operation and exploitation of a public telecommunications network of mobile communications of second generation and the provision of public mobile telecommunication services of second generation (Decision No 226/5 of the NTPC dated 6th August 2001), (iii) the Company's license to provide UMTS telecommunication services in Greece in accordance with the terms and conditions provided in the Special License for the installation, operation and exploitation of a public telecommunications network of mobile communications of third generation and the provision of public mobile telecommunication services of third generation (Decision No 226/3 of the NTPC dated 6th August 2001), (iv) the Company's license to provide voice telephony services (fixed telephony) in accordance with the terms and conditions provided in the Special License for the provision of voice telephony services by means of use of numbers taken from the national numbering plan (Decision No 277/50 of the NTPC dated 28th February 2003) and (v) the special license for the installation, operation and exploitation of the public telecommunications network of fixed wireless access and the provision of public telephony services, leased by the Company from Europrom pursuant to a lease agreement between the Company and Europrom dated December 30, 2003.

Examples of Telecommunications Licenses in a sentence

Based on the currently applicable provisions of the Telecommunications Licenses and relevant Law (according to the current interpretation by the NTPC), Buyer reasonably believes that it will be able to obtain the NTPC Approval and will be permitted to consummate the transactions contemplated by this Agreement and the Merger.
Each Loan Party and each Subsidiary of any Loan Party is the valid holder of all Licenses which are material to the conduct of its business or which may be required by Law, including all Telecommunications Licenses (as hereinafter defined in this Subsection 7(R)), and all such Licenses are in full force and effect.
All of the Telecommunications Licenses are currently valid and in full force and effect.
Except for (i) the Lease or (ii) the telecommunications licenses, riser management agreements or rooftop contracts set forth on Exhibit D (the "Telecommunications Licenses"), there are no persons in possession or occupancy of the Property, or any part thereof nor any persons who have possessory rights with respect to the Property or any part thereof that will continue after Closing.
Such evidence as CoBank may require that all franchises, licenses, certificates, permits, orders, consents, authorizations, approvals and the like, including all Telecommunications Licenses (as hereinafter defined in Subsection 7(R)) (collectively, the "Licenses") which are necessary for the operation of the business of each of the Loan Parties and their respective Subsidiaries have been obtained and are in full force and effect.