Communications licences deadline extended
The island’s regulator for electricity and electronic communications has extended its call for feedback on new communications licences for one week.
The Regulatory Authority consultation period for communication operating licences, as well as integrated communication operating licences, was set to expire today.
The deadline has been pushed forward to midnight next Friday, after requests from interested parties, the RA announced.
A moratorium on the licences was called off earlier this month by Walter Roban, the home affairs minister, to broaden the island’s telecommunications sector.
The authority will pass on policy recommendations to the minister after feedback has been compiled.
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