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  1. LTA PRESS RELEASE
    2nd September 2016 | Size: 259 KB
  2. NOTICE ON MOBILE RATE
    1st July 2016 | Size:
  3. Statement by Madam Angelique Weeks, Chairperson of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority and Liberia’s Head of Delegation
    21st June 2016 | Size: 215 KB
  4. LTA PRESS RELEASE ON LONESTAR'S ALLEGATION AGAINST CELLCOM
    21st June 2016 | Size: 274 KB
  5. LTA PRESS RELEASE
    5th February 2016 | Size: 200 KB
  6. Draft regulation on penalties
    28th March 2013 | Size: 274KB
  7. Draft LTA Licensing Regulations 2008 Updated 03/25/2013
    25th March 2013 | Size:
  8. ORDER ON LONESTAR CELL
    22nd February 2013 | Size: 718 KB
Ms. Jeanne Juste presenting certificate to one of the students
Friday, 24th September 2010
The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) recently issued certificates of recognition to eight students from various high schools and universities at the end of a three-month vacation job service at the LTA. Full Story
(L to R)LTA Chairperson Angelique E. Weeks & WAT CEO Dr. Archimede Palazzo
Tuesday, 21st September 2010
The Liberia Telecommunications Authority has granted a 15 year license to the West Africa Telecommunications Incorporated (WAT) to install, maintain and operate a public telecommunications network for the purposes of providing wireless voice and data services using Wireless Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) technology. Full Story
Friday, 6th August 2010
The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) has concluded preliminary discussions with three leading GSM operators in Liberia on the quality of service provided by service providers. The companies that participated in the discussions include Lonestar, Cellcom and Comium. Full Story
(L to R) Commissioner Henry W. Benson, Chairperson Angelique E. Weeks, Commissioner Lamini A. Waritay
Thursday, 5th August 2010
The Chairperson of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority, Angelique Weeks says the LTA will remain resolute in seeking the interest of telephone subscribers in the country, noting that subscribers are the lifeblood of the telecommunications sector and therefore should be treated with the utmost dignity. Full Story
Thursday, 15th April 2010
Monrovia, Liberia: A three day consultative conference on the transposition of ECOWAS Supplementary Acts into the telecom law of Liberia begins in Monrovia on Monday. Full Story