CONSULTATIONS & DECISIONS

DECISIONS
Currently, the majority of service providers offer their post-paid subscribers e-billing services, that is, the facility to access their bills electronically free of charge. Whilst the MCA appreciates that such facility is beneficial from a cost and an environmental perspective, it is also aware that a number of po...

The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is hereby presenting its final decision on the wholesale market for the provision of call origination on the public telephone network provided at a fixed location in Malta, in accordance with the EU regulatory framework of electronic communications networks and services.   ...

In January 2016, the MCA publishes its decision on the /‘Review of GO plc’s application for funding of the net cost claimed to have been incurred to provide universal service obligations during 2012’/ including the result of an auditing exercise carried out by an independent body. Following an analysis and as...

The MCA issued a decision [1] following GO plc’s failure to notify the MCA with various ‘notification letters’ sent to its subscribers informing them about changes to their terms and conditions. Service providers are required to notify the Authority in writing, prior to notification to subscribers, of any prop...

The MCA is today publishing its decision through which access seekers may be granted access to GO's Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) network.  Following the national consultation process and the notification to the EU Commission carried out during 2015, the MCA is today publishing its response to consultation and decisi...

In April 2014, following consultation with the public, the MCA published the Decision on Wholesale Access to Data for the Provision of Publicly Available Directory Information Services [1].  However, before this First Decision Notice became applicable, the MCA considered that a phrase used in Decisions 3 and 4 of ...

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