From 7 – 9 December DotEcon will be exhibiting at the conference organised by ECTA (European Competitive Telecommunications Association) at Management Centre Europe, Brussels, the annual meeting place for Europe’s policy makers, regulators and operators in the telecommunications industry. This … Continue reading
The economic study by DotEcon and Analysys will address liberalisation of spectrum which is currently used or could potentially be used to offer mobile services. It is envisaged that the study will have three related aspects: an assessment, both qualitative … Continue reading
DotEcon has updated and extended earlier work on substitution between fixed and mobile telephony in the UK. The analysis is based on large-scale market surveys. The report has been submitted to OFTEL’s Price Control Review in September 2001. The report … Continue reading
As part of BT’s response to OFTEL’s Review of the Price Control on Calls to Mobiles, DotEcon estimated the price elasticity of fixed to mobile calls. The report can be found here.
This report draws on bespoke market research to determine the extent of substitution between fixed and mobile telephony at the level of both calls and access. It was prepared on behalf of BT and has been submitted to Oftel in … Continue reading
The report attempts to establish whether fixed and mobile telephony can be considered to be substitutes. The analysis is based on extensive bespoke market research, and has been submitted in the context of Oftel’s Price Control Review. The report can … Continue reading