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The Mobile Operators Association no longer exists.

If you have any queries relating to issues that would previously have been handled by the MOA, these should now be addressed to individual operators, as follows:

Media Enquiries

EE: 0845 373 7070 / ee@nelsonbostock.com

O2: 01753 565656 / pressoffice@o2.com

Three: 07454 959 715 / three@mww.com

Vodafone: 01635666777 / ukmediarelations@vodafone.com

Enquiries from Members of the Scottish/UK Parliaments or Northern Ireland/Welsh Assemblies

EE: public.affairs@ee.co.uk

Three: Public.Affairs@three.co.uk

Vodafone: govt.relations@vodafone.com

Enquiries from Local Planning Authorities

CTIL (on behalf of Vodafone and Telefónica): EMF.Enquiries@ctil.co.uk

MBNL (EE and Three): Mark Shaw, Health & Safety and Community Affairs Manager Mark.shaw@mbnl.co.uk

EE: public.affairs@ee.co.uk

Three: William Comery, Community Affairs Manager william.comery@ericsson.com

Enquiries about specific sites

CTIL (on behalf of Vodafone and Telefónica): EMF.Enquiries@ctil.co.uk

EE: public.affairs@ee.co.uk

Three: william.comery@ericsson.com or Jane.evans@three.co.uk

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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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89.9 Million Mobile Subscriptions

Mobile telecommunications are vital for the UK’s economic competitiveness and in promoting social inclusion. There are now 89.9 million mobile subscriptions. In Q1 2015 61 per cent of UK adults used their mobile phones for internet access. Tablet ownership is 54% of UK households.