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NICTA CEO Charles Punaha

NICTA approves license for local electronics firm

A local Lae based electronics company, Bitron Electronics, specialising in the installation of satellite dishes and cabling has been granted an operating license by the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) regulatory body, National ICT...

Girls in ICT Essay Competition 2013 announced

The winners of the “Girls in ICT Essay Competition 2013” have been announced on the NICTA website. The overall winner for the competition goes to Molly Boiyo in Lae Secondary School in Morobe. Gail...

Women in Technology Breakfast

The Papua New Guinea Computer Society (PNGCS) in association with the National Information and Communication Technology Authority (NICTA) will be celebrating “Women in Technology” with an exclusive breakfast on April 25 (6:45 am –...

NICTA CEO Charles Punaha

NICTA and Customs sign MoU

Papua New Guinea’s ICT regulatory body, NICTA or National Information and Communication Technology Authority, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Customs to regulate the import of unauthorized equipment into the country. The...

NICTA halts Telikom from selling ZTE phones

The country’s information and communications technology authority, NICTA, has ordered Telikom PNG Ltd to cease the sales of its range of ZTE handsets and mobiles until an approval process is complied with. According to...

NICTA CEO Charles Punaha

PNG ICT regulatory body calls for public inquiry

Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) national regulatory body for information and communications technology (ICT), the National Information and Communication Technology Authority (NICTA) is calling for a public inquiry to determine if it should recommend certain...

Digicel migrates license agreement

Digicel became the first telecommunications company in the country to migrate its license agreement to the National Information and Communication Technology Act 2009 (NICTA Act). NICTA CEO Charles Punaha congratulated Digicel during the signing...

NICTA’s amnesty deal

Papua New Guinea’s National Information and Communications Technology Authority (NICTA) is calling all illegal and unlicensed ICT operators to apply for proper licensing and is granting an amnesty period up til the 31st of...

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