August 2017 : Strategic Review on Non-Geographic Numbers in Ireland: A report for ComReg

The Irish telecommunications regulator ComReg commissioned DotEcon to conduct a review on Non-Geographic Numbers in Ireland, following concerns about transparency and user understanding of prices and the usage of these numbers. This report presents our findings based on our analysis … Continue reading

August 2017 : ComReg launches consultation on its review of Non-Geographic Numbers

Following a strategic review of Non-Geographic Numbers (NGNs) in Ireland, the Irish telecommunications regulator ComReg has launched a consultation presenting its findings that the current NGN regime is harming consumers and proposing two regulatory measures: Introduction of a ‘geo-linked’ tariff … Continue reading

June 2017 : DotEcon to support the DEA with upcoming 700 MHz, 900 MHz and 2300 MHz award

DotEcon, along with consultancy and research firm Analysys Mason, has been appointed by the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) to assist with the forthcoming award of spectrum in the 700 MHz, 900 MHz and 2300 MHz bands in Denmark. The award … Continue reading

July 2016 : DotEcon assisting ComReg with its Strategic Review of Non-Geographic Numbers

DotEcon has been commissioned by ComReg (the Irish Telecommunications regulator) to conduct research, data gathering and modelling to assist with its strategic review of Non-Geographic Numbers (NGNs). ComReg’s project aims to gather and analyse information that will allow it to assess … Continue reading

July 2016 : DotEcon supports BT in its appeal of Ofcom’s Business Connectivity Market Review Statement

On 28 June 2016 BT lodged an appeal with the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) against the determinations made by Ofcom in its “Business Connectivity Market Review – Review of competition in the provision of leased lines”, in which Ofcom: argued … Continue reading

March 2016 : DotEcon supports BT in its appeal of Ofcom’s APCCs Determination

On 11 January 2016 BT lodged an appeal with the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) against Ofcom’s Final Determination of two disputes concerning BT’s average porting conveyance charges (APCCs).1 The two disputes were brought by Vodafone and Gamma on the back of … Continue reading