The Eswatini Communications Commission is an electronic and postal communications regulatory body established in terms of the Swaziland Communications Commission Act No. 10 of 2013. Amongst its general functions, the Commission is mandated to ensure that all communications services are provided in a manner that will best promote economic and social development. Section 7 (v) of the Act stipulates that the Commission shall establish a pricing system to protect end users from excessive price increase and to avoid unfair price competition.
In furtherance of its duty to act in a transparent manner, as envisaged by section 5 of the Act, the commission hereby publishes tariffs for licensed operators.