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What is ISPA?

The Internet Services Providers Association (ISPA) is the UKs Trade Association for providers of internet services. Promoting collaboration and constructive dialogue between its members and the wider internet community, ISPA is an all important driving force for the industry.

What is the Internet Services Providers Association?

The Internet Services Providers’ Association. The Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) is the UK’s Trade Association for providers of internet services. ISPA brings together the UK internet industry to provide essential support through innovation, knowledge and experience in order to benefit the UK economy and society.

Who are the members of ISPA?

ISPA members include large consumer-facing ISPs, providers that focus on niche services, business2business specialists, hosting companies and fixed and wireless ISPs.

Where can I find a comprehensive list of ISPAs regulatory submissions?

A comprehensive list of ISPAs regulatory submissions to government may be found on our Regulatory Submissions page.

How is the Board of directors of ISPA elected?

ISPA has a Board of Directors who are elected by the members of ISPA for a three-year term. Each voting member of ISPA has an equal vote, and any member providing Internet access services in South Africa qualifies as a voting member.

Who can apply for ISPA membership?

Anyone providing Internet services in South Africa is welcome to apply for ISPA membership. However, only members in the business of providing Internet access or operating Internet infrastructure qualify as voting members.

What is ISPA?

ISPA is a global network of more than 500 leaders in the performing arts with representation from more than 185 cities and all regions of the globe. ISPA members include facilities, performing arts organizations, artist managers, festivals, funders, consultants and other professionals working in the performing arts.

What happens if a service provider is not a member of ISPA?

ISPA receives many complaints from consumers against non-members of ISPA. Once these complainants discover that they have no recourse because their service provider is not a member of ISPA, they often express an intention to move their business to one of ISPA’s members.

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