The liberalization of the communications sector has had a positive effect on the deployment of communications infrastructure and services in the country.
The Kenya Communications Act (No. 2 of 1998) and as amended by the Kenya Communications (Amendment) Act, 2009, provides the framework for regulating the communications sector in Kenya.
The Publications on our website will show: Annual Reports, Licensing Fliers, Strategic Plan and National Broadband Strategy.
The ICT industry is dynamic and rapidly evolves. To keep up with the changes in technology, regulatory practices, policy, changing business models and other industry issues, the Authority carries out research from time to time.
INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS UNION (ITU)
COMMONWEALTH TELECOMUNICATIONS ORGANIZATION (CTO)
AFRICAN TELECOMMUNICATION UNION (ATU)
UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION (UPU)
PAN-AFRICAN POSTAL UNION (PAPU)
ASSOCIATION OF REGULATORS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION IN EASTERN AFRICA (ARICEA)
AFRICAN ADVANCED LEVEL TELECOMUNICATIONS INSTITUTE (AFRALTI)
EAST AFRICAN COMMUNICATION ORGANISATION (EACO)
Other Relevant Links
MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
KENYA INVESTMENT AUTHORITY
KENYA FILM COMMISSION
KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY