We are consulting on our proposed approach to modelling the costs of services provided over a fibre network.
This discussion paper explains how we are likely to assess fairness issues and the kinds of concerns that might prompt intervention.
We have carried out reviews of the market for physical infrastructure, and the market for high-speed business services (’leased lines’).
We are consulting on proposals made by four licensees to amend the technical conditions of four Spectrum Access 3.4 GHz licences, one Spectrum Access 3.5 GHz licence and one Spectrum Access 3.6 GHz licence.
In this consultation, we look at how numbers might need to evolve so they continue to promote confidence in telephone services.
Initial proposals on our approach to modelling the costs of services provided over a fibre network.
This statement sets out our final decisions on changes we are making to our Regional Production and Regional Programming Guidance, and associated compliance and reporting processes.
Ofcom wants communications providers to do more to put fairness at the heart of their businesses. This discussion paper explains how we are likely to assess fairness issues and the kinds of concerns that might prompt intervention.
We are proposing to apply the electronic communications code (“the Code”) to Persimmon Homes Limited.
We are today making the regulations which give effect to this decision. The new fees will become effective on 17 July 2019 (in respect of the 3.4 GHz spectrum) and 31 July 2019 (in respect of the 3.6 GHz spectrum)..
We are consulting on our provisional conclusion that the BBC can proceed with planned changes to BBC iPlayer, subject to certain conditions and guidance.
We are consulting on new proposals to help defragment the 3.4-3.8 GHz band.
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 Statement concludes the consultation process, sets out our analysis of the points raised by respondents, and includes our final decision on the proposed changes to the technical codes. The new Technical Code documents will come into force today (11 June 2019).
Ofcom is considering the Key Commitments change request submitted by Radio Fiza, which holds a community radio licence for Nottingham broadcasting as ‘Radio Faza’.
This document sets out our proposal for a key change in the way numbers are used by networks, which we believe is necessary to tackle nuisance and scam calls.
In this consultation we discuss the factors that may influence future regulation, and potential options for the future regulatory framework.
We are consulting on who we plan to designate as Broadband Universal Service Providers, and the conditions that should apply for delivering USO connections and services.
This document is a consultation which sets out Ofcom’s proposed changes to the way we recover our costs of regulating the postal sector.
Radio Ceredigion Limited (‘RCL’) has withdrawn its request to change the Format of the commercial radio licence it holds for Ceredigion.
Ofcom’s Business Connectivity Market Review (BCMR) examines the markets for the provision of leased lines in the UK.
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.