Ofcom Mobile Sector Assessment Interactive Executive Summary

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This document sets out, and invites comments on, our initial views on the performance of the mobile sector and how it might change in future. We look at the growth in the use of mobile services, and how that has affected the interests of citizens and consumers. We analyse market trends and developments, as a way of framing how the mobile sector could evolve in the future. Finally, we draw together the current trends and possible future scenarios to ask: what are the implications for regulation, and the industry, if we are to realise the full potential of the mobile sector for citizens and consumers?


Mitchell on 29 August 2008 at 2:16pm

I am a personal mobile phone user so I deal as a consumer.
If called party pays was introduced (irrespective of whehther this was deducted from bundles) I would certainly cancel my phone service as this would be unacceptable to me.

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On this experimental site we encourage you to leave informal comments alongside the Executive Summary of Ofcom's Mobile Sector Assessment consultation, published on 28 August 2008.

Alternatively, you can download the full consultation document, and/or respond formally to the consultation (closing date 6 November 2008). You can also follow the debate over the next few months on the team's blog, Mobile citizens, mobile consumers.