CONSULTATIONS & DECISIONS

DECISIONS - POSTAL
The MCA is today publishing its Decision that a PAFS provider that uses its delivery network to distribute postal articles to its customers in Malta constitutes a postal service falling outside the scope of the universal postal service. In line with the Postal Services Act, Chapter 254 of the Laws of Malta a genera...

Following the publication of the Legal Notice amending the Postal Services (General) Regulations (S.L. 254.01 of the Laws of Malta), the Decision Notice issued by the MCA today establishes the regulatory conditions which are to be met by MaltaPost as the Universal Service Provider before the amended regulations bec...

The purpose of these amendments is to update references to applicable legislation, to do away with or amend provisions which are no longer applicable or which need to be updated to reflect changes in the law notably as a result of the administrative charges as reflected in the First Schedule of Postal Services (Gen...

The MCA is publishing its Decision on the Quality of Service (QoS) performance targets to be achieved by MaltaPost Plc for the universal postal service as from 1st October 2016. Dowload Document [1]  [1] http://www.mca.org.mt/sites/default/files/Postal%20QoS%20-%20MCA%20Decision%20-%202%20December%202016.pdf ...

The MCA has issued a decision [1] whereby it is adopting a forecasting methodology to analyse the gross revenue of DHL Malta with regard to the postal services provided by this company within the scope of the universal service.  Confidential and non-confidential versions of this decision have been issued.  [1]...

  On 7 January 2015, the Malta Communications Authority (MCA) imposed a daily fine of EUR 20 on Melita plc after failing to provide certain quarterly statistics in line with its requirements. ...

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