Postal and Telecommunications Services Act, 1983

Control of telecommunications services.

96.—The company may—

(a) determine the duration of any telephone or telex call,

(b) suspend or interrupt a telecommunications service or refuse to implement or terminate an agreement with a subscriber to such a service or with an applicant for such a service where the subscriber or applicant fails to comply with or contravenes a scheme under section 90 or any provision of this Act,

(c) require security for and advance payment in respect of charges for telephone, telex, telegram or other services provided or to be provided by the company,

(d) prohibit transmission of objectionable messages,

(e) disconnect telephone or telex calls or exchange lines or telex installations or alter exchange lines for technical reasons or recover exchange lines.