Gulf Times - Communications-Regulatory-Authority
GCC roaming charges reduced again, says CRA

GCC roaming charges reduced again, says CRA

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has coordinated the implementation of the second phase of the regulation on reducing roaming charges within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for the benefit of telecom consumers in Qatar and the rest of GCC member states.

94% consumer complaints resolved last year, says CRA

94% consumer complaints resolved last year, says CRA

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) resolved more than 94% of complaints received in 2016 compared to 90% in 2015.

Systems to manage radio spectrum launched

Systems to manage radio spectrum launched

HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Bin Saif al-Sulaiti launched two milestone systems initiated by the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) to ensure effective and seamless management and monitoring of the radio spectrum usage in Qatar.

New strategy on the anvil for Qatar telecom sector: CRA

New strategy on the anvil for Qatar telecom sector: CRA

A new strategy for the telecommunications sector in Qatar will be developed soon, says Mohammed Ali Al Mannai, the President of the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA). The CRA will shortly be reviewing the telecommunications market in the country to help formulate the strategy, Al Mannai add

CRA issues 31 violation notices

CRA issues 31 violation notices

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has conducted a routine inspection of shops selling radio and telecommunication equipment and a total of 31 violation notices were issued for using or selling equipment without valid licenses.

Usage of social media apps: Residents urged caution

Usage of social media apps: Residents urged caution

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has advised people to be cautious while using applications that share content and personal data.

CRA vows ‘stronger’ initiatives to empower consumers

CRA vows ‘stronger’ initiatives to empower consumers

Aside from the two draft Codes on spam and premium rate service, which are expected to be finalised in the next three months, the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has vowed to safeguard consumer’s rights with“stronger” protection initiatives and regulatory initiatives.