National Regulatory Agency
for Electronic Communications
and Information Technology
Moldova Loveawake Dating Site
|Viilor, no.28/2, MD-2012, Chișinau, R. of Moldova |
The National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) was founded on March 14, 2008, the former National Regulatory Agency for Telecommunications and Informatics (ANRTI) being reorganised. Former ANRTI was founded on August 17, 2000, being one of the first regulatory telecommunications authorities in the post-Soviet space. The Agency is a central public authority whose mission is to regulate the activity in electronic communications and information technology sector, to ensure the implementation of sector development strategies and supervise compliance of electronic communications network and/or service providers with the legislation.
The State Enterprise "National Radio Frequency Center" (Center) is a state enterprise, based on the self-financing and is under the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications - the principal founder of the enterprise. The Center was founded in 1993. The main task of the State Enterprise "National Radio Frequency Center" is to ensure the necessities of national economy and of the population with radio frequencies/channels for providing different kind of services, and has been focused on the one hand to provide the radio frequency spectrum needs of national new and existing users, and on the other - to ensure protection of national frequency assignments, including international protection.
ANRCETI is planning to issue nine licences for the right to use radio spectrum resources available in the frequency bands 800, 900 and 1800 MHz
Chișinău, 15 July 2014
The National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology of Moldova (ANRCETI) will issue by direct awarding, upon request, to the suppliers who have already built networks and provide authorized publicly available mobile terrestrial electronic communications services, nine licenses for the right to use spectrum resources available in the bands 800, 900 and 1800 MHz. This is provided for in the decision of the ANRCETI Board on limiting the number of licenses for the use of radio frequencies in the bands 791-821/832-862 MHz, 890-915/935-960 MHz and 1710-1785/1805-1880 MHz, approved on July 14, in a public session of the Board. More information is available in local language, here.