Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called the ‘South West and West Country’, for each of the following FM local radio licences it owns.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called ‘Anglia’, for each of the following FM local radio licences it owns.
We are consulting on the methodology which we propose to use to assess which services qualify to be on the list of television channels that are free to view and widely available.
We are consulting on a new set of directions relating to BT’s regulatory financial reporting obligations.
Ofcom’s Business Connectivity Market Review (BCMR) examines the markets for the provision of leased lines in the UK.
Consultation on proposals for the continued regulation of Royal Mail’s Second Class stamp prices. Supported by residential omnibus survey and business postal survey datasets.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called the ‘South West and West Country’, for a number of FM local radio licences it owns in the area.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called ‘Anglia’, for a number of FM local radio licences it owns in the area.
Global Radio has asked Ofcom to approve the creation of a new approved area, which it has called ‘Meridian’, for a number of FM local radio licences it owns in the area.
Statement setting out amendments to the margin squeeze control set out in Ofcom’s Universal Service Provider Access (USPA) condition, a control which is intended to ensure fair competition between access operators and Royal Mail.
This document is a consultation on proposals for regulation that will allow all telecoms providers access to the largest network of suitable telecoms infrastructure: the ducts and poles owned by BT.
Proposal to apply the electronic communications Code (“the Code”) to Atlas Tower Group Limited.
Decision on reforming the process for switching mobile provider, removing requirements on consumers to pay for their old service during a notice period once they have switched provider, and ensuring consumers are better informed about switching.
We have found that there is harm arising from Information, Connection and Signposting Services (ICSS) provided on ‘084’ numbers (‘084’ ICSS), and that this harm is common across all ICSS. We have, therefore, decided to extend the definition of Controlled Premium Rate Services (Controlled PRS) in the Premium Rate Services Condition (the PRS Condition) to include all ICSS, irrespective of number or price point. The effect of this will be that all ICSS would meet the definition of Controlled PRS in the PRS Condition and all ICSS providers will be subject to regulation by the Phone-paid Services Authority (the PSA).
This document sets out our proposed amendments to regulatory financial reporting requirements for Royal Mail.
We are reviewing the guidance that we provide to public service broadcasters to help ensure they meet their regional production and programming (“Made outside London”) obligations consistently.
Consultation on proposals to make spectrum available in a range of spectrum bands on a shared basis.
In this document, we set out proposals for an award of the 700 MHz and 3.6-3.8 GHz spectrum to enable the industry to provide services with greater capacity and wider coverage.
This document consults on the level of annual licence fees we should set for 900 MHz and 1800 MHz spectrum, and on draft regulations to achieve that.
This document consults on the level of annual licence fees (ALF) we should set for UK Broadband’s 3.4 and 3.6 GHz spectrum, and on draft regulations to give effect to the proposed fees.
We are examining the scale of any harm resulting from pricing practices in the fixed broadband market, and setting out our proposals to help consumers get better deals.
Ofcom’s consideration of a request to vary the permitted lower frequency block.