DPL License in India
DPL license, or the Dealer Possession license, is explicitly issued to the dealers and possessors of Wireless telecom products. These corporate entities are involved in the sales as well as distribution of wireless telecom equipment. As per the Telecom Authority WPC rules, the holders of DPL Licenses can't sell their telecom products to companies or other entities that don't have the WPC approval to use such products. DPL licensee comes in the combination of the DPL-NDPL license duo. Let us learn about the NDPL licenses also.
NDPL License in India
NDPL License or Non-Dealer Possession License is a legal permit issued to corporate entities that are neither the dealers nor the proprietors of wireless telecom products. These entities do not have wireless products in their possession. Therefore, they are termed a Non-Dealership Possession. For example, a local cable operator is an NDPL license holder.
WPC on DPL-NDPL License
The Wireless Planning & Coordination wing of the DoT issues both these licenses. WPC is a regulatory body that we can help you reach out to. You can connect with the Registrationwala experts for an end-to-end DPL NDPL license registration procedure.
If the MCA has registered your business as an incorporated entity, then you are eligible to apply for the required DPL License and NDPL License in India.
Documents Required for DPL-NDPL License
The applicant must submit the following documents for DPL-NDPL License registration in India:
Procedure for acquiring DPL-NDPL License
The applicant must follow the following process to obtain the required DPL/NDPL License: