Ofcom Mobile Sector Assessment Interactive Executive Summary

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At the same time, some elements of mobile services have remained regulated despite the presence of retail competition. In these cases, we intend to consider whether there exists a better, less intrusive, way to achieve good outcomes.


Francisco on 6 October 2008 at 3:07pm

One way of putting pressure on companies through means other than the courts is by making them publish more details about their operations (say by having Network Operators publish figures of Complaints/1,000 customers, manufacturers publishing figures of repairs for each model/1,000 units, etc). Providing the figures are in public spaces (e.g. newspapers, news websites, etc) that would put pressure on companies to achieve better positions in league tables.

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