Three is the latest operator to accuse Ofcom of illegal favouritism: claiming the regulator's decision to allow spectrum refarming shouldn't have been allowed, and that a balance must be restored. The comments come in Three's response to Ofcom's consultation on next year's mega auction. The proposals within that consultation …
Chopping up spectrum may create different suppliers, but does that really create competition when there are so few?
A single spectrum gives best efficiency and performance for users. There should be a single wholesale infrastructure reselling simple pipe to MVNOs.
I was reading this article and thinking the whole time, what a cock up! Ofcom seems great at cocking up the frequencies and policies
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