I see that Ofcom has unveiled its new interconnect costs for UK mobile operators, lasting from this April for 4 years. Interestingly the first line of the press release uses the specific phrase "for connecting calls on their mobile networks".
I haven't had a chance to wade through all the legislative bumph behind the PR page yet. If any lawyers would like to to have a look & see what the new rules might mean for MNOs "connecting calls on their fixed, WiFi or VoIP networks or to voicemail servers, but using their mobile numbers", I'd be fascinated.....
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Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Ofcom new UK mobile interconnect rates & FMC
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Interesting -- is this why T-Mobile has now decided to renegotiate with Truphone on the grounds that Truphone "isn't a mobile network"?
Thanks Peter - I'd forgotten about this. May do another post....
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