The Regulatory Authority is an organisation which has a wide range of responsibilities in electronic communication services and networks and spectrum management. The Regulatory Authority is responsible for promoting competition, for protecting consumers and for encouraging innovation. Our job involves dealing with complex issues of law, economics and technology and ensuring that our decisions are taken fairly and are clearly explained.
The Regulatory Authority enables competition in the communications sector by facilitating market entry through ICOLs (integrated Communication Operating License) to provide networks and services and by regulating access to networks so as to develop effective choice for consumers both business and residential. In a rapidly evolving sector, both in technological and commercial terms, the Regulatory Authority provides the framework for the introduction of new services.
Our activities are geared to operators and business & residential users of communications services.