CAT grants Everything Everywhere permission to appeal judgement on mobile call termination

On 7 June 2012, the CAT granted Everything Everywhere
(EE) permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal against its
judgment on the appeals by BT, Vodafone, H3G and EE of
Ofcom’s 2011 decision on the wholesale mobile voice call
termination price control. The CAT concluded that EE’s grounds
of appeal were without merit, but accepted that there was a
compelling reason why an appeal should be heard by a higher
court to the extent that the CAT had reached conclusions
on the institutional role and procedures of the CC when
determining price control matters (within the meaning of
section 193 of the Communications Act 2003).

DotEcon has been advising a telecommunications provider
over the course of the appeals.

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