CONSULTATIONS & DECISIONS

DECISIONS
The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is hereby presenting its final decision on the retail and wholesale markets for the provision of high-quality access and connectivity services provided at a fixed location in Malta. This is in accordance with the EU regulatory framework of electronic communications networks ...

The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is hereby imposing must-carry obligations on GO Plc’s Fixed Line Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) network with respect to the carriage of all General Interest TV channels. Must-carry obligations on Melita’s Digital Cable TV network will remain unchanged. View decisio...

In accordance with national law, the designated undertaking providing universal services has the right to seek to receive funds for the net costs it believes to have incurred to provide part or all of the universal services. In December 2014, the MCA received an application for a claim for funding for the net costs...

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 published the final decision extending the scope of the Broadband QoS Framework [1]. Following the consultation process undertaken during July 2016, the Malta Communications Authority (MCA) has today published a Decision Notice extending the existing Quality of Service Framework for Broadband Internet. ...

Melita filed a complaint alleged breach by Vodafone of MCA's decision on Broadband QOS Framework Decision Notice of 1 February 2013 and of certain provisions of SL 399.28. The MCA decided that VFM is not breach of the decision or of the legal provisions. Decision [1] following a complaint by Melita Ltd against Vodaf...

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