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07 March 2014, 11.03
MOA welcomes Scottish Government Mobile Report The Mobile Operators Association (MOA) today welcomed the publication by the Scottish Government of the report ‘Economic Impacts of Mobile Communications in Scotland’ and its
01 November 2013, 13.16
Mobile & Flexible Working in Scotland 1 November 2013 The potentially huge benefits of mobile and flexible working, particularly in public sector organizations, such as local authorities and the NHS, were described at a
28 August 2013, 15.27
‘Mobile Networks: What They Are and How They Work’ 28 August 2013 The Mobile Operators Association (MOA) has produced a new guide to demystify some of the technical aspects of mobile phone networks. ‘Mobile Networks:
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17 April 2012, 06.51
Contradictory Government policies are putting in jeopardy economic recovery. In particular, the Government’s localism agenda risks encouraging nimbyism, which runs counter to its other policies on the digital economy, and is
06 March 2012, 06.36
Part of the MOA’s remit, as you may well have already realised if you are reading this on our website, is about health issues relating to the use of mobile phone technology. And a couple of recent reports show how mobile

Welcome to MOA

The Mobile Operators Association (MOA) represents the four UK mobile network operators – EE (the company that runs EE, Orange & T-Mobile in the UK), O2, Three, and Vodafone – on radio frequency (RF) health and safety, and related town planning issues associated with the use of mobile phone technology.

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82.7 Million Mobile Subscriptions

Mobile telecommunications are vital for the UK’s economic competitiveness and in promoting social inclusion. There are now over 82.7 million mobile subscriptions in the UK. In Q1 2013 49 per cent of UK adults used their mobile phones for internet access. Tablet ownership more than doubled to 24% of UK households.