We are proposing to include a specific condition in Wireless Telegraphy Act licences requiring licensees to comply with the relevant levels from the ICNIRP Guidelines.
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We are proposing rules and procedures providers should follow to make a claim for any unfair costs involved in providing the broadband universal service.
We are proposing to apply the electronic communications code (“the Code”) to Exascale Limited.
We are proposing to apply the electronic communications code (“the Code”) to VX Fiber Limited.
We are proposing to apply the electronic communications code (“the Code”) to Cellnex UK Limited.
Following consultation, we have decided to cease two aspects of our policy on licensing short-term restricted services licences (SRSL).
We are proposing to apply the electronic communications code (“the Code”) to Jurassic Fibre Limited.
We are today publishing our methodology to determine the revised list of qualifying services, and having applied it, our updated list of channels that are free-to-view and received by 95% of the UK population.
Statement on the variation request and proposed change to the programming commitments of Sheffield Live!
Statement on the change to programming commitments of 17 local TV licensees.
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 sets out our proposals on the process for the designation of a broadband Universal Service Provider.
This document explains how we will designate Universal Service Provider(s) to deliver broadband connections, and calls on interested bodies to come forward.
The UK Government intends to introduce a broadband universal service obligation (USO) that would give everyone a right to a decent broadband connection on reasonable request.
On 16 June 2015 we announced a fundamental review of the regulation of Royal Mail. The review is to ensure regulation remains appropriate and sufficient to secure the efficient and financially sustainable provision of the universal postal service.
Consultation on extending a Direction on exceptions to Royal Mail’s USO delivery obligation until 31 December 2013.
On 19 March 2009, we published a consultation document setting out the initial findings of our review of the state of competition in the retail narrowband telephony markets, which cover analogue and digital telephone lines, and calls for consumers and businesses.
Under the Universal Service Obligation BT's tariffs for calls from public call boxes have to be uniform throughout the UK unless Ofcom consents otherwise. BT has requested Ofcom’s consent to provide public call box services in the UK at non-uniform prices in order to carry out geographic tariff trials from time to time . The trials will allow BT to assess how consumers respond to new prices and determine what impact this may have on the use of public call boxes. Following the completion of the trials, the price will either be withdrawn and the original tariff restored or a new price will be implemented nationally.
Ofcom has published proposals to deregulate retail price controls on BT line rental and calls.
Ofcom today completed its review of Universal Service Obligations (USO). These requirements ensure that everyone in the UK can benefit from basic telecommunications services at an affordable price.
This consultation considers the regulation of all public voice services, though it is driven by the development of new services which use Voice over IP (VoIP) technology.