The ICTA Guideline Document, Licence Fees for Long-Term Licensees (GD1), provides ICT Network operators and ICT Service providers licensed by the ICT Authority ("Authority") with guidelines on the procedures to be used for the calculation and payment of licence fees by Licensees of major public ICT Networks and ICT Services as listed in the Authority's recent Section 23(2) Notice.
The Authority published Notices on 1 September 2014 and 30 October
2014 summarising the amendments to be made to the operation of
The date by when the Authority intends to update the operation of the
Registry as set out is now 2 February 2015.
Since its inception, the Information and Communications Technology Authority (the 'Authority') has been responsible for the management and control of the Cayman Islands’ country code top-level domain ('ccTLD') name system, .ky (the 'Registry').
Since its inception, the Information and Communications Technology Authority has been responsible for the management and control of the Cayman Islands’ country code top-level domain (ccTLD) name system,.ky.
As from 1 January 2015, the Authority intends to implement a fee
charging policy for the registration of all .ky domain names which
would apply both to future registrations and to those domain names
currently registered, details of which will be set out by the Authority
in October 2014.
The ICTA (which licenses television broadcasters) has published today its Call for Inputs paper on the future of Local Television broadcasting in the Cayman Islands. The paper can be found on the ICTA's website at www.icta.ky.
Alternatively, if you call the ICTA on the telephone number above and give us your mailing address, we can send you a hard copy in the post.
The ICTA will in early 2014 call for inputs from all those interested in the future of local television broadcasting in the Cayman Islands, with the aim of providing recommendations to Government in relation to local television content.
There is currently a discussion as to what local television means and this procedure will allow an opportunity for all to provide their views to the ICTA on this important issue of public interest.
As from today, 20 February 2012,customers of Digicel, LIME, Logic and TeleCayman will be able to keep their existing telephone numbers(fixed or mobile) if they decide to change their telephone provider. This is often referred to as 'Porting' your number, and the service is called Local Number Portability(“LNP”).