Facebook icon Twitter icon Forward icon

Receive an invoice attached to your annual licence renewal email

As a licence holder, you have the facility to have your invoice emailed as an attachment to your annual licence renewal email.  After logging into the Register of Radio Frequencies, you can update your client record by selecting a check-box labelled 'Include Invoice with Renewal Email?' and specifying an additional email address.  This email address can be a different email address from your main client email or a specific "accounts" email.

If you cancel one of the licences specified on the invoice, a Credit Note will be created to reduce the total amount you pay. The Credit Note will be emailed to the same email address that received the invoice.  Licences can be cancelled even if there is an invoice, or fee associated with the licence.

Note 1: No additional action is required for licence holders with a Direct Debit facility.  You will still receive your invoices at the beginning of the month.

Note 2: This option is not recommended if you use purchase order numbers. Purchase order numbers can’t be retrospectively added if an invoice has been created.

Read more about how to create an invoice on the RSM website.  Alternatively, you can contact our Business Service Centre for help on 0508 776 463 (0508 RSM INFO) or email info@rsm.govt.nz.

Applications received for Managed Spectrum Park

An application has been received for licences for radio spectrum in the 2.5 GHz Managed Spectrum Park band.  Potential uses for this spectrum include wireless broadband services.

Since November 2010, parties interested in utilising this spectrum have been able to apply for access on a first-come, first-served basis, but with sharing processes required to be negotiated by applicants. An Application has been received by the Crown Spectrum Asset Manager from:

Netsmart Ltd, for additional licences with coverage in parts of the Waikato and Waipa District Council TLA areas and parts of the Dunedin City Council TLA area.

Read more about this application for managed spectrum park licences in Notice 40.