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ITU-T Study Group 3 Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunication economic and policy issues. Kishik Park. Contents. Terms of reference Highlights of achievements / Projects / FGs Future work Conclusions Supplemental slides. Terms of Reference.

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ITU-T Study Group 3Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunication economic and policy issues

Kishik Park

contents
Contents
  • Terms of reference
  • Highlights of achievements / Projects / FGs
  • Future work
  • Conclusions
  • Supplemental slides
terms of reference
Terms of Reference
  • Tariff and accounting principles for international telecommunication services and study of related telecommunication economic and policy issues.
  • Regional tariff groups
    • TAF (Africa)
    • TAL (Latin America)
    • TAS (Asia-Pacific)
    • Not active: TEUREM (Europe-Mediterranean)
highlights of achievements i
Highlights of achievements (I)
  • Approved a new Recommendation D.99 on Indicative rate for international mobile termination, following the study of data collected via three separate questionnaires.
  • Approved revisions to Recommendation D.195 on Time-scale for settlement of accounts for international telecommunication services, following extensive discussions.
  • Approved a new Recommendation D.271 on Charging and accounting principles for NGN.
highlights of achievements ii
Highlights of achievements (II)
  • Held dedicated sessions at each meeting on developing country issues, resulting in proposals presented to the Study Group, to TSAG, to TSB, as appropriate.
  • Reached consensus on proposed Terms of Reference for the Expert Group to Review the International Telecommunication Regulations.
  • The Regional Tariff Groups each submitted contributions to the work of the Expert Group to Review the International Telecommunication Regulations.
highlights of achievements iii
Highlights of achievements (III)
  • Continued to survey the evolution of various international tariffs, via questionnaires.
  • Continued discussions on International Internet Connectivity, but consensus could not be reached on revision of Recommendation D.50.
  • Determined a new Recommendation D.156 on Network externalities, which is being submitted to WTSA for approval.
future work i
Future Work (I)
  • Development of charging and accounting/settlement mechanisms for international telecommunications services using the Next Generation Networks (NGNs) and any possible future development
  • Development of charging and accounting/settlement mechanisms for other international telecommunications services
future work i i
Future Work (II)
  • Study of economic and policy factors relevant to the efficient provision of international telecommunication services
  • Regional studies for the development of cost models together with related economic and policy issues
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Study Group 3’s work typically affects major financial flows, which can be in the order of billions of dollars, so careful study and consideration is required before revising existing Recommendations or agreeing new Recommendations.
supplemental slides
Supplemental Slides
  • Management team
  • Structure
  • Statistics
study group structure
Study Group Structure
  • WP1 Tariff principles related to the network capabilities and service features made available by new technologies
  • WP2 Charging, accounting and settlement of traditional telecommunications services
  • WP3Study of economic and policy factor for international telecommunication services
  • Regional Tariff Groups:
    • Africa
    • Asia-Pacific
    • Latin America
    • Not active: Europe-Mediterranean
statistics i
Statistics (I)
  • 12 Regional Tariff Group meetings held
  • 60 contributions received
  • 6 SG meetings held
  • Average SG participants: 140 from over 50 countries
statistics ii
Statistics (II)
  • 10New/Revised Recommendations approved
  • 4 Questions assigned by WTSA-04
  • 1 Question was split into 2 during study period
  • 5 Questions proposed for next period
workshops
Workshops
  • A workshop was held in conjunction with BDT for each of the annual regional tariff group meetings
  • In addition, the following workshops were held during SG3 meetings
    • 19 June 2006, on IP telephony
    • 26 March 2007, on Voice Over IP and NGN
    • 4 October 2007, on network externalities
thank you
Thank you!

Kishik Park

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