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ICSTIS PUBLISHES RESEARCH ON KEY TRENDS IN THE COMMUNICATIONS SECTOR (Note: Large file - 1.64MB) (November 2006)
icstis has today, for the first time published a document evaluating key trends in the communications sector relevant to the scope and nature of icstis regulation. The document contains a researched assessment of key developments in the paid-for-content and premium rate environments, paying particular attention to the future of payment mechanisms, platform convergence and consumer protection issues.
The document does not seek to reach fundamental conclusions on the breadth or depth of present or future regulation, but analyses market developments with a view to informing the forthcoming review of the scope of premium rate regulation.
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ICSTIS PUBLISHES PREMIUM RATE SMS SERVICES SURVEY (September 2005)
In the later part of 2005 icstis commissioned a survey from Continental Research looking specifically at awareness, understanding and areas of concern around the use of Premium Rate SMS services. Please see the results and accompanying summary.
ICSTIS PUBLISHES RESEARCH ON FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN PREMIUM RATE INDUSTRY (July 2005)
icstis has released a piece of research commissioned by the organisation's Forward Look Group (FLG) covering future market developments in the Premium Rate Industry.