(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, December 27. Azerbaijan
introduces new requirements related to mobile device registration,
In order to prevent avoiding mobile device registration, it is
prohibited to change or copy the device's IMEI number
(International Mobile Equipment Identity).
This is reflected in the amendment proposed for the
Administrative Offenses Code, which was discussed at the
Parliament's plenary session.
According to the changes, individuals will be fined from 300
($176.2) to 400 manat ($234.97), officials – from 1,000 ($587.4) to
1,500 manat ($881.1), legal entities – from 3,000 ($1,762) to 4,000
manat ($2,349) if the above requirement is violated.
If a person who has been given an administrative penalty commits
the repeated offense within one year from the date of the relevant
decision's entering into force, individuals will be fined from 600
($352.4) to 800 manat ($469.9), officials – from 2,000 ($1,174) to
2,500 manat ($1,468), and legal entities – from 9,000 ($5,286) to
12,000 manat ($7,048).
If passed, the law will enter into force on April 1, 2023.
Following parliamentary discussions, the draft was put to a vote
and adopted in the third reading.
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