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Who charges the tariffs?

The agency is authorised to impose the tariffs on, among others, the holders of authorisations and concessions and also sends out ...

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Will the tariffs for authorisations and concessions change?

The tariffs remain the same.

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Will the other numbers (area code and subscriber number) remain the same?

Yes, these numbers remain the same.

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Which emergency number applies?

Both 112 and 911 are the emergency numbers.

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Who issues numbers?

The Radiocommunications Agency Netherlands issues numbers. You can therefore submit requests for numbers to the office of the ...

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Does the international code for the Netherlands Antilles remain the same?

The code remains +599 for all countries that were formerly part of the country, Netherlands Antilles. St. Maarten has switched to ...

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Are the EU Directives (R&TTE and EMC) applicable in the Dutch Caribbean?

The government has decided that the Caribbean Netherlands will maintain the same status with regard to EU regulations as it has ...

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Will there be new call signs for the Caribbean Netherlands?

No, the current call signs issued for the Netherlands Antilles are maintained. Your call sign will not change. For Bonaire, this ...

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Who issues the maritime frequencies and who supervises this?

Implementation and supervision is the responsibility of the Radiocommunications Agency Netherlands. The agency therefore also ...

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Is there a frequency plan for the Dutch Caribbean?

Yes, there is a frequency policy plan. Radio amateurs

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