Sites of governmental agencies charged with regulating the Telecommunications industry.
Telecoms and broadcast regulator for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Was set up by the UN High Representative in the country. The site is available in English, Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian.
Telecommunications regulator for the Eastern Caribbean states of Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Christopher and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
French telecom regulator, deals with landline, wireless and internet services.
Regulates telecom and IT in Quatar. Includes a press release page and event schedule.
Israeli telecom regulator - part of the government. Site available in Hebrew and English and deals with both landline and cellular communications.
Japan's telecoms regulator. Available in Japanese and English.
Latvia's radiocommunications regulator. Site available in both Latvian and English.
Lebanese government department responsible for telecoms regulation. Site is available in Arabic and English.
Telecoms regulator for Macau - available in Chinese, Portuguese and English.
The Malta Communications Authority is the National Agency responsible to regulate telecommunications.
Government department that is responsible for telecoms regulation.
The Kingdom of Nepal's government telecoms regulator.
PTA was formed under the Pakistan Telecommunication Reorganization Act, 1996.
Portugal's telecoms regulator - responsible for both telecoms, television media and postal services. [English and Portuguese]
Telecom regulator for Singapore.
Government site with information on the country's telecom policies. Available in Slovakian and English.
Bahrain - The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority is an independent body, and awards licences to operate, and use radio spectrum.
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