The Telecommunications Commission is conducting a consultation into the use of the unlicensed frequency bands in the 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz as a delivery mechanism to provide public telecommunications services, especially those that are offered commercially-for-profit over an unlicensed architecture, and to assess whether such commercial applications should be permitted within the Turks & Caicos Islands. As such, Industry stakeholders and the wider public are invited to participate and provide comments to the consultation questions that are defined within this consultation document.
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos- (July 10, 2019) - The Telecommunications Commission is seeking the counsel of the public on the subject of number portability for the Turks and Caicos. Number portability is the ability to retain your number when changing providers. This facility is regulated by the Commission but carried out by local telecommunications carriers.
The Commission on May 31, 2017 received two responses on to the Proposed Competition Regulations (the ConDoc) published April 19, 2017. The Commission hereby invites interested parties to provided their input and comments with respect to the responses received by Digicel and Flow, available on the Commission’s website under Public Consultation (PN 2017-3). Reply Responses are due on June 14, 2017 by 4pm.
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PN 2017 -5 IPTV Condoc Extention

27 Oct 2017

The Commission has extended the submission filing dates of IPTV Consultation (the “ConDoc”) as specified below.

The Telecommunications Commission (the "Commission") launched a consultation process on the provision and licensing of television services (including Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) services) in the Turks & Caicos Islands, published August 14, 2017, which is available on the Commission’s website at This consultation document invited interested parties to provide comments on the ConDoc by September 29, 2017 and reply responses by October 20, 2017.

Due to regional impact of hurricane Irma, the Commission extended the deadline for initial responses to October 27, 2017 and reply responses to November 17, 2017.

Since then Flow has requested an additional three (3) weeks to extend the deadline to November 17th for submitting responses to the Commission on the IPTV Consultation. In order to provide Flow and other parties sufficient time to prepare responses to the matters raised in this consultation process, the Commission has decided to extend the submission filing dates as requested. As such, the revised submission dates are as follow:

Initial Responses November 17, 2017 by 4 pm;
Reply Responses December 15, 2017 ) by 4 pm (revised).

If the Commission does not received submissions by the new deadline, it intends to proceed with its consultation regardless. Therefore, we strongly encourage persons to participate actively in the consultation process.
PN 2017 -5 IPTV Condoc Extention
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