Spain mobile industry guidelines - for setting up and running services compliantly
Users wishing to operate mobile payment services in Spain must:
- Familiarise themselves with the Code of Conduct
Government and Regulatory Bodies
The Commission for the Supervision of Premium Rate Services (?Comisión de Supervisión de los Servicios de Tarificación Adicional‘, or CSSTA) is responsible for developing the Code of Conduct which governs the provision of PRS. In addition, CSSTA also monitors compliance with the Code by telecoms and content providers. When a violation of the Code occurs, the CSSTA submits a report to SETSI that identifies the reasons for lack of compliance and any involved parties. SETSI will then examine it and, if the Code has been broken, produce a Resolution to the service provider, who will be forced to immediately cancel the respective number. If, after eight days the number has not yet been removed, SETSI will transfer its Resolution to CMT who shall will cancel the use of that number for two year
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