CONSULTATIONS & DECISIONS

CLOSED CONSULTATIONS
 In view of the expiry of the current spectrum licence in May 2021, the obligations arising from the decisions published by the European Commission concerning the harmonisation of spectrum in the 700MHz band for the use of wireless mobile broadband services, together with the goals identified in the National Roadm...

The MCA is hereby initiating a consultation exercise on its market analysis concerning the provision of wholesale fixed broadband access in Malta. Interested parties are invited to submit their feedback on the MCA's findings within the period ending 24th July 2020. Arrangements for submitting comments are explained...

In an increasingly joined-up, high speed digital environment where take-up of Cloud-based services, among others, is ramping up steeply, reliance on always-on, electronic communications networks can no longer be dependent on best-effort provision. Thus, networks increasingly require a reasonable level of ongoing re...

The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) is consulting on a proposed amendment to the Electronic Communications Networks and Services (General) Regulations, SL 399.28 (‘the Regulations’) in order to implement the provisions set out in Article 113(1) of the EECC regarding the interoperability of car radio device...

The consultation considers the granting of temporary extensions to existing rights of use of radio spectrum in the 1920-1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz frequency bands for the continued provision of terrestrial systems capable of providing electronic communications services, as a measure to align the expiry dates of exi...

As in the case of previous years, in accordance to Regulation SL.399.28, GO plc, as the designated undertaking to provide universal services, sent an application of the net costs it claimed to have incurred in order to provide these services during 2015. The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) commissioned a reput...

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