Hefty Fines For Those Offering Unlicensed Postal Services In Oman
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A fine not less than OMR 1,000 and not exceeding OMR 100,000 will be imposed for any one who offers postal or related services without obtaining a license, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) announced on Tuesday.

A statement issued online by the TRA said: "The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), would like to announce that practicing the provisions of postal and related services in the Sultanate requires a license from the Authority. A punishment with a fine not exceeding OMR 100,000 and not less than OMR 1,000 shall be imposed upon any person who offers postal or related services without obtaining a license. The penalty shall be doubled in the case of repetition."

TRA also said: "It's important to note that the postal service activity is defined as "delivery services of documents, parcels, goods and packages weighting up to 25 kg."

"Hence, TRA urges all unlicensed companies to cease immediately, any unlicensed activity. All companies interested in this activity should apply for the necessary license to avoid any legal action."


16 Feb, 2021 0 212
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