Tag Archives: Interconnection

‘Ladder pricing’ for calls to 08 numbers: stairway to litigation?

I have spent the last day and a half in court (British Telecommunications Plc (Termination charges: 080 calls, NCCN 1007) v Office of Communications and British Telecommunications Plc v Office of Communications (Ethernet Extension Services)) helping an intervening client argue, inter alia, that a … Continue reading

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Why network effects require ongoing interconnection rules (and other regulatory interventions)

I write today’s blog from sunny Switzerland. The news seems rather slow and I can’t bear to write a top ten lists of things that either happened in 2010 or to watch in 2011, so today’s post will try to … Continue reading

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