[dropcap]C[/dropcap]ommunications regulator Icasa warned on Wednesday that it is considering cancelling four licences issued to telecommunications companies because it has been unable to make contact with them.
It said in a statement that it is “considering cancelling untraceable and/or inactive licences following a number of futile attempts by the office of the Complaints and Compliance Committee to make contact or determine the activities of these licences following allegations of non-compliance with their terms and conditions”.
The licensees are:
Enverge Communications, which was granted an individual electronic communications service licence and individual electronic communication network licence in 2011. “Despite notices to Enverge, no reaction and no obligatory reports were received by Icasa.”
Pluto Internet, which was granted a network licence and a service licence in 2011.
OpenVoice Service Providers, which was granted network and service licences in 2009.
Global Technology Solutions, which was granted network and service licences, also in 2009.
The companies have been given until 4pm on 31 July to inform the co-ordinator of the Complaints and Compliance Committee that they are, in fact, active as a licensee. — (c) 2017 NewsCentral Media