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Regulators

Regulators

The role of telecom regulators has changed drastically in the recent years due to the rapidly-evolving nature of technology in the marketplace.

Nowadays, regulation is not just about protecting the consumers from monopolies but also about fostering innovation, investments and competition in the marketplace.Our experts have provided support to telecom regulators on a wide range of issues from cost models and public consultation processes to market analysis and forecasting methodologies in order to assess policy options and their implications.

 

Indicative areas of expertise include:
•    regulatory and competitive issues of next generation networks
•    termination rates of fixed and mobile networks
•    spectrum pricing and spectrum allocation policies
•    costing of new technology solutions
•    price squeezing testing
•    auditing costing models
 
 

Related work

Estimation of Mobile Termination

The national telecoms regulatory authority of a Western European country wanted to apply the pure Long Run Incremental Cost (pure LRIC) methodology for the…

LRIC modelling 1

The national telecoms regulatory authority of a Western European country wanted to apply the pure Long Run Incremental Cost (pure LRIC) methodology for the…