The Communications and Utilities Regulatory Authority (CURA) is a Statutory Board of the Isle of Man Government and has responsibility for the licensing and regulation of telecommunications and broadcasting on the Isle of Man. The Authority also has certain responsibilities in relation to the gas market.
The Authority licenses and regulates telecommunications and broadcasting in the Isle of Man under the Telecommunications Act 1984, the Radio Masts Regulation Act 1988, and the Broadcasting Act 1993. In addition, the Authority has an Agreement to allow for satellite filings through the Isle of Man.
The Authority is an economic regulator, using ex-ante regulation to ensure that local markets remain competitive and that all licensees have fair and equal access to wholesale inputs, allowing for innovation and better competition.
If you have a specific query or concern in any of these areas, please see the consumer information and advice provided on the Authority’s website.
(The Authority’s remit was changed in 2020 via the Communications and Utilities Regulatory Authority Order 2020 and its name changed from the Communications Commission).