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 our analysis of the current … Continue reading
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
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published our factual research on the commercial use of consumer data. Together with information obtained following a call for input launched by the CMA in January 2015, this report is part of the … Continue reading
This presentation addressed the value of deploying ultrawideband (UWB) technology in UK radio spectrum. It was based on the results of a major report for Ofcom by DotEcon and Mason Communications on the same subject. It was co-presented at the … Continue reading
This presentation addressed the value of deploying ultrawideband (UWB) technology in UK radio spectrum. It was based on the results of a major report for Ofcom by DotEcon and Mason Communications on the value of UWB to the UK economy. … Continue reading
This report, prepared for Ofcom in collaboration with Mason Communications, assesses the value to the United Kingdom of allowing the use of ultrawideband (UWB) technology for the provision of personal area network services. As part of this analysis, we have … Continue reading
The paper was presented by Réka Horváth at the ITS 2002 Conference in September 2002. A short presentation of the main conclusions is available.
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
In support of BT’s response to OFTEL’s Review of the Price Control on Calls to Mobiles, we have estimated the price elasticity of fixed-to-mobile calls. The report providing details of our methodology and the results can be downloaded here.
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.