The communications markets are highly dynamic with new technologies and players emerging rapidly. In order to provide effective and appropriate responses, the regulatory environment must also be dynamic and responsive. The MCA works closely with all relevant stakeholders at national and EU levels to ensure regulation is proportionate, reflects the challenges facing the sector, meets consumer needs now and in the future, and benefits the Maltese communications sector, with resultant fallout on the economy at large. Judicious regulatory intervention invigorates market forces to continue delivering state-of-the-art communications, ranging from universal services, to advanced facilities underpinning thriving sectors (such as gaming, financial services) and emerging sectors (such as eHealth).
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Telecoms AuthorisationsRead More
Information for providers of commercial electronic communications services and networks, as well as information to the public on operating radiocommunications equipment.
The national numbering plan provides a stable framework for the development of communications.
Markets and CompetitionRead More
Information about markets and regulatory activities - markets information, regulated markets, compliance and enforcement.
Sustaining TelecomsRead More
Information about the underlying regulatory tools which ensure that electronic communication services meet end-user demands and expectations.
Spectrum management includes spectrum monitoring, spectrum planning and allocations, coordination, licencing and enforcement.
Trust Services & eIDRead More
Electronic trust services guarantee secure and legally valid election transactions.
Postal AuthorisationsRead More
Information for those intending to provide a postal service and details about postal operators who are already authorised.
Sustaining PostRead More
Information about the underlying regulatory tools which ensure that postal services meet end-user demands and expectations.
Web Accessibility DirectiveRead More
The European Commission’s Web Accessibility Directive helps ensure the Internet is accessible and inclusive for everyone.