What is the Teleforum?

The Forum for Telecom Operators of Small States, known as the ‘Teleforum’ was established through a meeting held in London in September 2000. It was set up for participants to share experiences, address issues faced by small operators, undertake group initiatives and lobby for common interests.

The Teleforum encourages initiatives such as knowledge sharing, consultations, training, pooling of resources, and discussions on the legal, regulatory, technical and commercial environment of the telecommunications industry in small states. Discussions and workshops are held at conferences held at least once a year where members and major players in the industry engage, share experiences and identify solutions.

Who can join?

Membership is open to registered telecommunications operators who are national incumbents or former incumbents established in small states, territories or dependencies having a population which does not exceed 2 million inhabitants. There are currently 18 member companies spanning from Europe to the Carribean.

What are the benefits of Teleforum membership

The Teleforum provides members with a forum where they can share ideas, experiences, challenges and successes. Meetings provide an open sharing environment and opportunities for collaboration on group initiatives, as well as access to key industry experts, suppliers and related organisations. The Teleforum also offers a platform for lobbying on common interests that may affect telecoms operators in small states.

Active members

How can I find out more?

To find out more about participating in the Teleforum or in Teleforum events contact jbusietta@gmail.com