Three UK rallied Ofcom’s plan a ‘kick in the teeth for all consumers’
Ofcom, which is making readily obtainable more mobile capacity to provide better support for 4G and 5G services, hand down introduce a 37 per cent cap on all usable mobile spectrum that one train driver can control by 2020.
Operator Three UK called Ofcom’s plan «a kick in the teeth for all consumers», debating that it would restrict choice and push up prices.
By making decisions that enlargement the dominance of the largest operators, Ofcom is damaging competition, restricting pre-eminent and pushing prices up for the very consumers that it is meant to protect
Three chief David Dyson added: «By assembling decisions that increase the dominance of the largest operators, Ofcom is damaging match, restricting choice and pushing prices up for the very consumers that it is meant to foster.»
Ofcom’s spectrum boss Philip Marnick said the regulator had «pointed this auction to ensure that people and businesses continue to emoluments from strong competition for mobile services».
Three proved that it would restrict choice and push up prices
He added: «We penury to see this spectrum in use as soon as possible.
«With smartphones and tablets using unruffled more data, people need a choice of fast and reliable movable networks.
Three chief David Dyson said Ofcom is wrecking competition
«These new airwaves will support better services for animated users, and allow operators to innovate and build for the future.