CONSULTATIONS & DECISIONS

DECISIONS - ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS
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 pro...

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 ...

The MCA is publishing a decision entitled ‘Review of GO plc’s application for funding of the net costs claimed to have been incurred to provide universal service obligations during 2012’. [1]  The designated Universal Service Provider has the right to submit a written request to the Authority for the funding...

The Malta Communications Authority is responsible to ensure that a number of identified electronic communication services are made available to end-users in the Maltese islands at an affordable price. The services so identified are referred to as Universal Services, and the Authority may specifically designate one ...

Following a consultation which was issued in July 2014, the MCA is publishing a decision entitled ‘Decision on the Wholesale Access to Data and the Provision of Publicly Available Directory Information Services’. [1] This decision addresses the need for clarity and harmonisation on the elements of consent requi...

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