Licensing information for Brunei - V85

Prepared by: OH2MCN - Veke, V8ATC - 9M2/G3TMA Ian, 9M6DXX - Steve
Status: Jan-96, July '99 links added, Nov 2002, 08

Intro: If you have a foreign ham license, you should not have problems to get a license in Brunei (no own experience)

PTT:
Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry Brunei Darussalam AITI
Block B-14
Simpang 32-5
Kampong Anggerek Desa
Jalan Berakas BB3713
Bandar Seri Begawan
Negara Brunei Darussalam

www.aiti.gov.bn

Telephone +673 2 323 232
Fax +673 2 382 447
ipgroup at aiti.gov.bn

Paperwork needed:
- Copy of your license
- Equipment description
The best way to get a license:
Go to the Office or Send application (Gov't Print/35/77/TELE) to the above address. Your license class, frequencies, and transmission types must be given.
See below
Price:
See below
Special calls:
Possibly negociable
License restrictions:
400 W PEP, 150 W DC
Customs:
Not known
Useful local contacts:
V85RH, Hj Rahman Hassan, +673 873 7388
Places to operate from:

Veikko Komppa (Veke) <oh2mcn at sral.fi>


Addition From: Ian Buffham / STTS Malaysia <Ian.Buffham at siemens.com> 
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 


Hi Veikko, Attached is the latest Brunei licence application form. Applications are now being handled by a different organisation. Address, phone number on application form. It currently seems to be no problem whatever to get a licence.
Best regards Ian 9M2/G3TMA


Addition From: ian.buffham at my.transport.bombardier.com
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 12:13:07 +0800

Subject: Brunei Licence

Hi Veikko! I was in Brunei this weekend and visited the Ministry of Communications, Licencing & Frequency Department which is located at the Old Airport. The person responsible for amateur licences is Hamidoon Hj Mahmud. Telephone is 00673 2 322 176 and Fax is 00673 2 381 273. The licence fee is 25
Brunei dollars. To bring equipment into the country you have to leave it with the Customs at the Airport and then go to the Old Airport to get an Import
Permit document. Back to Customs to retrieve the equipment and then back to the Old Airport for an Approval document. Cost 20 dollars for Import Permit and 50 dollars for Approval document.

Best Regards Ian 9M2/G3TMA, now V8ATC (see below)


Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 16:54:17 +0800
Subject: Re: Brunei Licence

Hi Veikko! I have now been issued with V8ATC so the process is a whole lot quicker than Malaysia!
Best regards Ian 9M2/G3TMA


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