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The Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulator (TRBR) is the Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting industry Authority. TRBR was established under Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulation Act No. 30 of 2009 amended by Amendment No. 22 of 2018 with the overall responsibility to facilitate the development of the telecommunications, radiocommunications and Broadcasting sector, and manage radio frequency spectrum in order to promote national social and economic development acting independently and impartially in performing the responsibilities, functions and powers set out in the amended TRBR Act and other laws.

TRBR’s other functions includes management of telephone numbers, management and administration of dot VU (.vu) country code top level domain name, promote internet Governance in Vanuatu, ensuring service and products advertisements are genuine and not misleading, promote quality of services offered in the market, promote consumer complaint handling processes, consumer awareness and educational programs on technology evolution and its impact, promote universal services including roll out of Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting services across Vanuatu.


The OGCIO has three main focus:

  • First, to encourage the spread of ICTs (information and communications technologies) in society to efficiently and effectively achieve an educated, healthy and wealthy Vanuatu.

  • Second, to lead the iGov Initiative, (the Integrated Government Initiative), which uses world-class e-government solutions and ICTs to bring better service delivery methods to all ministries and agencies, and ultimately to Vanuatu’s residents and businesses.

  • Thirdly, to encourage the right to information (RTI) in Vanuatu.

This Year's Theme

Digital Innovation for Sustainable Development

Building a sustainable future demands innovative thinking and action, especially in the digital world.


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