Our market

Fixed and mobile telecommunications infrastructure requires a total outsourced spend of more than £4bn p.a. with service companies to build, install, maintain, manage and support networks.

Ofcom is the communications regulator in the UK regulating the TV, radio and video-on-demand sectors, fixed-line telecom (phones), mobiles and postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate.

Accountable to Parliament, they set and enforce regulatory rules for the sectors for which we have responsibility. They also have powers to enforce competition law in those sectors, alongside the Competition and Markets Authority.

Reg Telecom Market Sectors MGS Revenue
Regulated Telecom Companies explained Regulator Regulatory Period
Passive infrastructure £130m Build, repair, renew, refurbish and maintain
the infrastructure and assets from the exchange to the customer premise
OFCOM Ongoing regulatory process- no specific cycles
Active infrastructure £10m Design, installation and commissioning of network equipment across complete networks
OFCOM Ongoing regulatory process- no specific cycles
Managed Services & Other £10m 24 by 7 specialist service offering covering network management, monitoring and maintenance together with technical support services
OFCOM Ongoing regulatory process- no specific cycles