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ECTEL received initial comments on the Consultation on Recommendation to Amend the Telecommunications (Fees) Regulations of the ECTEL Member States for new Satellite Services Comments were received from:   i. Global VSAT Forum (GVF) – London, England   ii. Viasat, Inc – Washington DC – United States of America   iii. Cable & Wireless (St. […]

Recommendation of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (“ECTEL”) To the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission to consult on The Draft Electronic Communications (Net Neutrality) Regulations

The report presents a review of the electronic communications sector for the period April 2016 to March
2017 and tracks the performance of the sector using a number of economic and statistical indicators which
include sector revenue, investment and service penetration

Castries, Saint Lucia –  6 March 2017: The seventy-eighth meeting of the ECTEL Board of Directors will take place in Saint Lucia on Friday, 10th March. Matters for discussion are posted on the ECTEL website at www.ectel.int. The meeting commences at 9:00 in the morning in the Begonia Conference Room, Bay Gardens Beach Hotel, Saint Lucia.   Persons […]

Kingstown, St. Vincent . August 7, 2015– Grenada and St. Kitts/Nevis are the only ECTEL Member States that have reached international standard for broadband affordability to date. That’s according to ECTEL’s Director of Finance and Economics Cheryl Hector. Hector was speaking at the launching of a 2014 Broadband survey that was conducted in ECTEL Member […]

CARCIP Project Countries Move Closer to Development of Legal and Regulatory Framework Castries, Saint Lucia. June 18, 2015- Three Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority-ECTEL Member States, are moving closer to the development of legal and regulatory framework for Subsea Fibre, Retail Access and IXPs. It’s all part of the Caribbean Communications Infrastructure Project (CARCIP) that is […]

Castries, Saint Lucia. June 16, 2015– The Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority, ECTEL, has commenced consultations that are expected to lead to the revision of Quality of Service (QoS) Standards, to be adhered to by Telecommunications Providers in Member States. QoS Standards ensure that consumers have access to high quality telecommunications service by setting basic minimum […]