Telecommunication Law

Telecommunication sector which has lost its monopolistic character and has converted into a competitive structure from past to present is no more solely comprised of telecommunication activity under the effects of development of technologies relating thereto.

Our team, experienced on the dynamics of telecommunication sector and the effects of advancing technologies on this sector, is offering services regarding following of projects of telecommunication companies from start to finish, and agreements between operators [all kinds of interconnection, access, national and international roaming, national and international traffic transport agreements, etc.], foundation and organization of Mobile Virtual Networking Service operators, business partnership (joint venture) agreements, campaign cooperation agreements, digital product agreements, agreements on services received through telecommunication via mobile devices, income sharing agreements, and added value service agreements. Our team is shaping and directing the modus operandi of the process by not only preparing and drafting contract texts, but also taking part in negotiations for contracts with a commercial point of view.

In addition, our Law Office is handling and managing the application processes for licenses and franchises required to be received by the present and future actors of this sector from various public authorities, also including Information Technologies and Communication Authority (BTK), and is providing solution-oriented legal counseling and advice services in respect of effects and reflections of the legislative instruments pertaining to this sector (consumer rights, mobile signature, electronic trade, etc. laws) and legal consequences of such effects, in such manner to meet and satisfy the commercial needs in connection therewith.

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Pursuant to Article 55 of the Attorney Act and the relevant provisions of the Regulation on Advertising Ban of the Union of Turkish Bar Associations (the Regulation), attorneys are under obligation to refrain from all kinds of advertising activities.

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