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MOA Chairs Scottish Government Mobile and Wireless Discussion Panel

18 June 2013

In May, John Cooke, Executive Director, Mobile Operators Association chaired a discussion event for the Scottish Government, looking at the role of mobile and wireless technologies in meeting its ambition for Scotland to be a world-class digital nation by 2020.

The Government’s strategy aims to create a future-proofed digital infrastructure that supports any device, anywhere, anytime connectivity across Scotland. It believes that mobile and wireless technologies will have a significant role to play in this, complementing fixed-line connectivity.

John Cooke, Executive Director of the Mobile Operators Association said: “It was excellent to be part of the Scottish Government’s Digital Dialogue programme. Good digital connectivity is vital for Scotland’s society and for sustainable economic growth. Mobile network operators are working to enhance their networks, which will help achieve the ambitions set out in Scotland’s Digital Future.”


Notes to Editors

1. 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.

2. Scotland’s Digital Dialogue is a programme of engagement, talks, seminars, demonstrations and meetings to help the Scottish Executive communicate and refine plans to achieve its ambition for Scotland to be a world-class digital nation by 2020. The Scottish Government is actively encouraging individuals, businesses and organisations across the country to comment on, and where possible, to contribute to these discussions.

3. Link to mobile and wireless panel presentations and discussion:

4. For more information please contact Christine Jude 07736 110787 email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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