Latest updates on telecoms regulation from the Middle East and North Africa 15 February 21 Ali Hayajneh & Muatasem Khairaddeen

Our latest report summarises the main regulatory developments in the Middle East and North Africa telecoms sector between October 2020 and January 2021:

Some of the highlights include:

  • Algeria adopted a procedure for handling consumer complaints.
  • Bahrain defined licensing requirements for IP-based voice and message services.
  • Kuwait issued a quality of service regulation and adopted an interconnection regulation.
  • Oman aligned termination rates for international calls with national calls.
  • Qatar plans to release more spectrum for 5G.
  • Saudi Arabia updated the cloud computing regulatory framework.

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