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The main challenge in the first phase of designing mobile services is eliciting user requirements. We propose a repeatable process for eliciting user requirements based on the literature on requirements engineering and group support systems. We applied the repeatable process in three sessions to elicit user requirements for a mobile information service on a UMTS testbed. The sessions resulted in ideas for services that are highly valued by potential users and criteria for when they can or can not use the service.