Dealership Licencing

Dealership is a licence service that is focused on people who wish to sell communication equipment. The service is divided into three categories which include the following;

    1.      Class A Licence

Sales, installation, maintenance and repairs of fixed and celluar phones,PABX, fax machines, and cordless phones.

     2.      Class B Licence

Sales, installation, maintenance and repairs of Class A equipment, HF/VHF/UHF Radio equipment.

$    3.      Sales, installation, maintenance and repairs of Class A & B equipment, VSAT and licensed band equipment.

Dealer Application form.pdf

Application Procedure

The processes of applying for any telecommunication service authorization or license are listed below:

  1. Applicant must obtain, complete and submit the relevant application forms together with relevant documents for Application of Telecommunication Licences or Authorizations and the complete non-refundable Application Fee.
  2. The NATCOM will acknowledge in writing, receipt of the application within five days.
  3. The NATCOM will evaluate the application and respond to the applicant within sixty days.

Application Fee

All applications should be accompanied with a copy of the receipt of payment of the appropriate application fee. See Fee Structure 2014 and Bank details.

Note the following:

  • All payments to NATCOM  should be made through Sierra Leone Commercial Bank
  • Leones equivalent is accepted of the day of payment. 
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