PUBLICATIONS

Published On: Oct 13th 2011 Mobile Services

The MCA has today published the third set of survey results carried out between July and September, in order to gauge consumer perceptions on electronic communications services. The results published today are of a survey related to mobile services, whereby telephone interviews were carried with respondents chosen at random from GO’s and Melita’s online telephone directories. Only residential users were considered for this survey.

Published On: Oct 4th 2011 Broadcasting Services

The MCA has today published the results of a survey it carried out between July and September, in order to gauge consumer perceptions and satisfaction levels with regard to broadcasting services. Following last month’s internet broadband survey publication, this is the second in a series of MCA surveys, which wil...

Published On: Sep 8th 2011 Business Internet and Ecommerce Usage Study

Following-up on a previous qualitative study carried out in 2006, as well as to complement its parallel eCommerce-related initiatives, the MCA felt the need to gauge developments amongst the different ’commercial operators’ in the field.

Published On: Sep 6th 2011 Broadband Internet

The MCA has today published the results of a survey it carried out between July and September, in order to gauge consumer perceptions and satisfaction levels with regard to broadband internet services. This is the first in a series of surveys, which will also cover mobile and fixed telephony, as well as broadcasting services.

Published On: Sep 7th 2010 Individuals Internet and Ecommerce Usage Study

The MCA carried out its seventh eCommerce survey with the aim of obtaining an indication of the level of internet and eCommerce usage accross the Maltese islands and to gauge the sector's potential for growth.

Published On: Sep 7th 2009 Individuals Internet and Ecommerce Usage Study

The MCA carried out its sixth eCommerce survey with the aim of obtaining an indication of the level of internet and eCommerce usage accross the Maltese islands and to gauge the sector's potential for growth.

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