A unified platform used for application of licences, certificates and other services provided by TCRA.
TCRA regulates telecommunications and internet services by ensuring that they are provided according to national and international standards and those outlined in the Electronic and Postal Communications Act (EPOCA) and regulations in place. Through these regulations, TCRA ensures that telecommunications and internet services meet the statutory national and international standards and that malpractices in telecommunications and internet services are controlled. Additionally, TCRA ensures that consumers of telecommunications and internet services are registered, thus improving services.
Broadcasting implies the provision of content through radio and television networks, reaching more people in real-time faster than other means of communication. Also, TCRA is responsible for ensuring that content broadcast by radio and television stations complies with laws and regulations governing the broadcasting subsector, as well as the standards and ethics of the broadcasting subsector. It is the Authority's duty to promote the creation, production, and distribution of local content that advance Tanzanians' heritage, legacy, customs, and ways of life. Further it is the responsibility of the Authority to put in place strategies that will ensure universal access of broadcasting services in our country.
Postal services involve the conveyance and delivery of mail, documents, and parcels from senders through postal and courier services. Through postal and courier services, users can conveniently order goods and have them home-delivered to their physical addresses. The use of physical addresses and postcodes has increased the postal sector's contribution to the development of the digital economy. TCRA sets the standards of quality of postal services and monitors compliance by all service providers in order to protect consumer rights.
Licences which entitle the holder to construct, maintain, own and make available one or more network facilities such as towers, fiber optic cables.
Licences which entitle the holder to provide one or more network services.
Licences which entitle the holder to provide one or more application services such as Value-added services and more.
Installation and maintenance of electronic communication equipment licence entitle the holder to...
Commercial Content Services licensee authorse an entity to provide radio or televsion broadcasting free to air or content services...
CRA provides individual and class licence for postal and courier licences. The courier licences are categorized as...
Online content provided for the purpose of news and current affairs in a manner similar to, or in a manner that resembles licensed services...
Service provider who collects content from different sources and packs the content into baskets of channels for the purpose of...
Range of radio frequencies within the radio frequency band to facilitate provision of electronic communication services.
Television channel or radio station that provides specific formal educational content covering different subjects
Content in term of sound transmitted using electronic communications services in which the transmission is...
This refers to collection, conveyance and distribution/delivery of courier items internationally
Licensee designated as such by the Authority for the operation and provision of universal postal services and to fulfill...
Services within East African Region. Courier Services mean specialized services for the speedy collection, conveyance and delivery.
Intercity transporter is collection, conveyance and distribution/delivery of courier items between two administrative regions.
Services within the borders of the United Republic, mean specialized services for the speedy collection, conveyance and delivery
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Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) works with the Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), one of its stakeholders, to promote research in digital technologies to facilitate the provision of services to the community.Read More
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Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) core business is issuing, renewing, enforcing the conditions and cancels licences if necessary. TCRA has adopted a Converged Licensing Framework (CLF) which is the technology neutral.Read More
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