What is NTC phone?
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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is NTC approved?
The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) is the agency responsible for supervision and regulation of all telecommunications services in the Philippines. Product approvals, which are required before a product can be placed on the Philippine market, fall under NTC jurisdiction.
Subsequently, question is, what if your phone is not NTC approved? Suppliers, distributors, dealers, sellers, or resellers who engage in the purchase, sale, lease and/or retail of cellular phones without the NTC-approved sticker shall be fined P5,000 per unit.
Also asked, what is the purpose of NTC?
The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) is primarily responsible for the regulation and quasi- judicial functions relative to the supervision, adjudication, and control of the country's radio communications, telecommunications, and broadcast, including cable television (CATV) facilities and services.
Can NTC block IMEI?
Requesting for IMEI Blocking To block your cellphone from being used by an unauthorized user, please contact the National Telecommunications Commissions (NTC) at 0919-299 9999. NTC will require the following: A properly accomplished Affidavit of Ownership and Loss with Undertaking (NTC form)