About Us

News, Analysis and Opinion for the global telecoms industry

Telecoms.com is a highly respected independent news portal covering the latest technological advancements and market trends, focussing on the key business and technology issues facing the industry today. Launched in 2001, the site attracts more than 86,000 unique users and 173,000 page views every month. Our impartial investigation of industry activity is supplemented by regular in-depth features, executive interviews and opinion pieces.

The analysis arm of the website, Telecoms.com Intelligence, works with its partners to create educational services for its readership. A consultative and collaborative approach with our editorial team ensures a widely respected and impartial perspective to effectively deliver insight and analysis through the use of webinars, whitepapers, bespoke surveys and more.

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Telecoms.com journalists:

Scott Bicheno
Editorial Director

As the Editorial Director of Telecoms.com, Scott directs all editorial activity on the site and also oversees the Telecoms.com Intelligence arm, which focuses on analysis and bespoke content.

Scott has been covering the telecoms and broader technology industries for over ten years. Prior to Telecoms.com Scott was the primary smartphone specialist at industry analyst Strategy Analytics. Before that Scott was a technology journalist, covering the PC and telecoms sectors from a business perspective.

Tim Skinner
Intelligence Content Manager
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Tim is the Intelligence Content Manager for Telecoms.com, and is largely responsible for delivering editorial content for client services, such as white papers, webinars and surveys. He was previously responsible for conducting research into telecoms network infrastructure and enterprise technologies.



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