The office, based on the third floor, NSSF building, will bring CA services closer to the people. It comes three months after opening the Western Regional office in Eldoret.
The CA chairman Ngene Gituku said the office will serve as a port of call for the coastal residents, as the Authority seeks to live to its purpose of transforming live through progressive regulation of ICTs.
The office will serve six counties namely, Mombasa, Tana River, Taita Taveta, Kwale,Kilifi and Lamu. It will offer a range of services including license application and handling of consumer related issues.
The CA is Kenya’s ICT industry regulatory authority and was established in 1999 by the Kenya Communications Act, 2008. CA is responsible for telecommunications, radio-communications, e-commerce, broadcasting and postal/courier services regualtion in the country.