The Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) has an integrated complaint and inquiry management system in order to maintain effective communication between TRA, consumers and the telecommunications service providers.

The system includes a consumer portal where consumers can easily log in and submit details of their complaint and supporting documents.

The system also provides faster options for registration via email (Gmail) or Facebook account, as all complaint and inquiry processes are managed through this portal besides the automized connection between TRA and the services providers.

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TRA urges all consumers to pursue its ongoing awareness campaigns and directly communicate through its Consumer Call Center (81188) for more information

How to resolve issues with your telecom provider?

Contacting your provider 

If you have an issue with your service provider, be it about billing, quality of connection or service, etc. the first thing you should do is contact them and try to resolve the issue directly. You may contact them, either by writing to them or calling their contact center.

  • If you write to your provider, ensure your letter contains:
    • Your full name, a contact number and the line number that has the fault or issue (if it is not the same as your contact number).
    • An explanation of the issue you are facing. Provide details such as when it first started and what actions you have taken already to fix it. Provide as much information as you can.
    • Provide copies of any relevant documents and save all correspondence between you and your service provider.
    • Always request a reference number for your case.
  • Request that they give you a date by when they expect to provide initial feedback or a resolution to your issue.
  • Manage your complaint with your service provider directly.

Getting in touch with us

If you have completed the aforementioned steps with your service provider and you are not satisfied with the outcome, or more than 60 days have passed since you submitted your complaint and it has not been resolved yet, you should contact the TRA to submit a complaint.

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Information needed to investigate the complaint

To ensure we give your complaint the best possible care, please provide us with the following:

  • A clear description of the complaint you submitted and your expectations
  • Copies of all the correspondence between you and your service provider and if you have it, your complaint reference number
  • A copy of your ID, so we can confirm you are the service subscriber concerned in the complaint
  • Your full name and appropriate contact details, including your telephone number or your email, in case or specialists needed to get in touch with you

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