Tag Archives: Telecoms

‘It is not possible to assess whether Ofcom delivers value for money’ says Public Accounts Committee

The House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts scrutinises the accounts of publicly funded bodies to assess whether those bodies deliver value for money (which it defines as being ‘the optimal use of resources to deliver intended outcomes’). It today … Continue reading

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Regulatory uncertainty casts shadow over otherwise positive results from BT and Vodafone

Positive results out yesterday from both Vodafone and BT. One fact that caught my eye was the news from BT that (for the first time I can remember), BT had a net increase in connections. It’s is very old news … Continue reading

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UK seeks views on principles of economic regulation

On 7 January the UK’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills published a ‘call for evidence’ relating to principles of economic regulation.  As those who have read my earlier post will know, in industries where network effects (or various economies such as scale) are … Continue reading

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