Telecommunications – Mobile telephone networks. The Privy Council allowed an appeal by an electricity provider against a decision of the Turks and Caicos Islands Court of Appeal, in which it had held that the appellant had required both a spectrum licence and a carrier licence for the operation of its meters on the 900MHz frequencies and that, since it had held neither of those licences, it had been operating unlawfully for lack of a licence. The Privy Council held that it had not required either licence.