Rules On The Procedure And Deadlines For The Transition To A Closed Eight-Digit Numbering Scheme

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kārtību un termiņiem pārejai uz slēgto astoņciparu numerācijas shēmu

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/122433

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 893 in Riga 2005 22 November (pr. No 68 46) provisions on the procedure and deadlines for the transition to a closed eight-digit numbering scheme Issued under the electronic communications Act 55. the third paragraph of article i. General questions 1. determines the procedure and deadlines for the transition to a closed eight-digit numbering scheme.
2. Transition to a closed eight-digit numbering scheme is coordinated by the Ministry of transportation. The Ministry of transport shall inform the relevant international institutions and the public of the numbering scheme and calling the procedure changes.
3. The transition to a closed eight-digit numbering scheme takes place in four stages: 3.1 the preparatory phase (until the 2006 30 April);
3.2. six months after the preparatory phase — a public mobile communications network on the transition period (from 1 May 2006 to 31 October 2006) (hereinafter referred to as the mobile network transition period);
3.3. three months after the mobile network transition — numbering range prohibition period exempt public mobile communications services number ranges 55XXXXX, 58XXXXX, 59XXXXX and 6XXXXXX (from 1 November 2006 to 31 January 2007) (hereinafter referred to as the prohibition on the use of the numbering range period);
3.4. Fourteen until eighteen months after the prohibition of the use of the numbering range phase — the fixed public electronic communications network for the transition and the number range 80XXXXX and 90XXXXX the switch phase (from February 1, 2007 to July 31, 2008) (hereinafter referred to as the fixed network transition period).
4. Costs associated with the transition to the eight-digit numbering scheme, shall be borne by the public telephone network operators from its own funds.
II. Preparatory phase the preparatory phase 5 is released in 28XXXXX and 29XXXXX of the numbered range. After the end of the preparatory phase (1 May 2006) electronic communications operators reserved or granted the right to use numbering numbering ranges 28XXXXX and 29XXXXX be considered as void.
6. during the preparatory phase of the mobile electronic communication network is granted the right to use numbering in the numbering ranges: 6.1.20XXXXX;
6.2.21XXXXX;
6.3.23XXXXX;
6.4.24XXXXX.
7. Until the end of the preparatory phase of public electronic communication network, which assigned the numbering usage rights: 7.1. make changes to the existing electronic communications network technical and software equipment to ensure its functioning mobile network during the transitional period and the fixed network for a transitional period, as well as after full eight-digit numbering scheme of implementation;
7.2 inform their subscribers and users about the changes to the calling procedure results in a different eight-digit numbering scheme of implementation;
7.3. inform partners about the changes that occurred during the eight-digit numbering scheme of implementation.
III. Mobile network transition 8. Mobile network during the transition to a public electronic communications network operator in your network provides the ability to: 8.1. call of the 7-digit and eight-digit numbers;
8.2. to receive calls from a seven-digit and eight-digit numbers.
9. Mobile network during the transitional period, public mobile communications network operators is granted the right to use numbering numbering range 27XXXXXX.
10. After a mobile network transition to a public mobile communications network operator provides: 10.1 the call in your network and your network, as well as to other public mobile communications network, using only eight-digit numbers;
10.2. the call to the fixed public electronic communications network, using a seven-digit numbers;
10.3. the call to the range 80XXXXX and 90XXXXX numbers.
11. throughout the cellular network for a transitional period, subscribers and users are stored in the existing connections on both the 7-digit call and eight-digit number. A seven-digit and eight-digit number format to use, without restriction, three months after the mobile network at the start of the transitional period. By august 1, 2006, if a public mobile communications network or the user of the call to a public mobile communications network operator a seven-digit number, plays the informative message with a suggestion to use the relevant eight-digit number, and make the connection. You receive calls from other operators with whom a interconnection agreements, operator plays the informative message with a suggestion to use the relevant eight-digit number, and make the connection.
12. A connectionless services (text messages and multimedia messages) are also stored in the option of using both a seven-digit and eight-digit numbers. Three months after the mobile network at the start of the transitional period, the two formats are usable without restrictions. By august 1, 2006, if a public mobile communications network or user sends a text message or multimedia message to a public mobile communications network operator a seven-digit number, before its delivery to the Subscriber to send out your message center message with the reply to recommendation to use eight-digit number.
13. After a mobile network transition (1 November 2006) to the existing public mobile communications network of the 7-digit numbers (55XXXXX, 58XXXXX, 59XXXXX, 6XXXXXX, 8XXXXXX and 9XXXXXX) considered eight-digit numbers, and they add the index ahead up to 2 group numbers from both the mobile and fixed communications networks, a voice communication on the number and an explanation of the 7-digit number in the past, in front of the number used must be connected to the 2 called subscribers, or the user is not created.
14. A connectionless services (text messages and multimedia messages) is a change to the message centre to reveal the send error if the specified recipient of the 7-digit number.
15. After the mobile network by the end of the transitional period (1 November 2006), taking into account the previously assigned numbering usage rights, public mobile communications network operators assign numbering usage rights in the following numbering ranges: 15.1.20XXXXXX;
15.2.21XXXXXX;
15.3.22XXXXXX;
15.4.23XXXXXX;
15.5.24XXXXXX;
15.6.25XXXXXX;
15.7.26XXXXXX;
15.8.27XXXXXX;
15.9.28XXXXXX;
15.10.29XXXXXX.
IV. the prohibition on the use of the numbering range during

16. After a mobile network transition is fully released a seven-digit numbering numbering ranges 2XXXXXX, 55XXXXX, 58XXXXX, 59XXXXX, 6XXXXXX, 8XXXXXX and 9XXXXXX. Call this group numbers from both the mobile and fixed communications networks, a voice communication on the number and an explanation of the 7-digit number in the past, in front of the number used must be connected to the 2 called subscribers, or the user is not created. Numbering range prohibition period public fixed electronic communications network operators make preparations for changing your number to eight-digit format to inform subscribers, as well as international operators with which interconnection agreements concluded, the proposed change of the numbering.
17. the prohibition on the use of the numbering range period in the fixed public electronic communications network operator on your network allows you to dial a seven-digit and eight-digit numbers.
V. fixed network transition 18. Fixed Network for a transitional period in a public electronic communications network operator in your network provides: 18.1. calling to a seven-digit and eight-digit numbers;
18.2. to receive calls from a seven-digit and eight-digit numbers.
19. February 1, 2007 in the fixed public electronic communications network operators launched their subscriber number change from a seven-digit format to eight-digit format: 19.1 3XXXXXX to 63XXXXXX;
19.2.4XXXXXX to 64XXXXXX;
19.3.5XXXXXX to 65XXXXXX;
19.4. the 67XXXXXX 7XXXXXX;
19.5.81XXXXX to 681XXXXX;
12.2.85XXXXX to 685XXXXX;
19.7.89XXXXX to 689XXXXX.
20. Fixed Network for a transitional period, taking into account the previously assigned numbering usage rights, public fixed electronic communications network operators are granted the right to use numbering in the numbering ranges: 20.1.60XXXXXX;
20.2.61XXXXXX;
20.3.62XXXXXX;
20.4.63XXXXXX;
20.5.64XXXXXX;
20.6.65XXXXXX;
20.7.66XXXXXX;
12.9.67XXXXXX;
20.9.69XXXXXX.
21. Fixed Network for a transitional period of new numbering resources use rights 80XXXXX and 90XXXXX numbers for use in the public mobile and fixed communications networks awarded eight-digit numbering format.
22. Fixed Network for a transitional period of new numbering resources use rights 81XXXXX, 85XXXXX and 89XXXXX numbers for use in the public mobile and fixed communications networks awarded eight-digit numbering format.
23. After fixed network transition existing other non geographic numbering of the 7-digit number shall be deemed to be eight-digit numbers, and they add in front of index 6.24. After fixed network transition existing fixed public electronic communications network of the 7-digit number shall be deemed to be eight-digit numbers, and they add to the index in front of 6.25. After fixed network transition existing numbering range 80XXXXX and 90XXXXX of the 7-digit number shall be deemed to be eight-digit numbers and those behind the first digit 8 or 9 adds index 0.26. Three months after the fixed network transition, in the fixed public electronic communications network operator supports automatic answering machine setup to inform about a seven-digit number to eight-digit exchange number to the caller that the call to the 7-digit number.
27. After fixed network by the end of the transitional period in a public electronic communications network operator supports call within its network, and on the other from their public electronic communications network, using only eight-digit numbers.
28. After fixed network by the end of the transitional period, the transition to a closed eight-digit numbering scheme of the considered complete.
Prime Minister, Health Minister G. Buchanan, traffic Minister, child and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 1 December 2005.