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Search through Ofcom's research, data and reports across the communications sectors.
Find out more about Ofcom’s research and data collection programme.
Ofcom's statistical release calendar lists the Official Statistics we are scheduled to publish in 2021.
07 May 2021
This is Ofcom’s fourth annual report on how service levels compare in telecoms.
This section covers research into usability of devices and services, and accessibility, particularly in relation to older people and those with disabilities.
06 May 2021
Ofcom is inviting people who use British Sign language (BSL) to tell us what they think about signing on TV and video-on-demand services.
30 April 2021
This interactive data is a supplement to our Q2 (July to September) 2020 report on telecoms and pay-TV complaints.
These documents are intended to help consumers make better informed decisions, especially those who are thinking about changing provider or purchasing a new service. We also believe that publication of provider-specific complaint volumes incentivises providers to improve their performance.
Quarterly updates tracking key trends emerging from the data we collect on the UK telecommunications sector including fixed voice services, mobile services and fixed broadband.
Our research includes findings relating to parents’ views about their children’s media use, and the ways that parents seek to – or decide not to – monitor or limit use of different types of media.
In accordance with the conditions for pre-release access to Official Statistics set out in the DCMS statement of compliance, named officials can receive privileged early access to Official Statistics.
29 April 2021
Ofcom’s regular research into adults’ media literacy gives detailed evidence on media use, attitudes and understanding among UK adults aged 16+.
29 April 2021
Key trends emerging in Q4 2020 from the data we collect on the UK telecommunications sector.
Ofcom's Adults' Media Lives study was set up in 2005 to provide a small-scale, rich and detailed qualitative complement to Ofcom's quantitative surveys of media literacy. The project follows the same 19 individuals over time, and interviews them on camera each year about their media habits and attitudes.
This annual report looks at media use, attitudes and understanding, and how these change over time.
A research project which follows 18 children, aged 8-15 at the beginning of the study, over three years, interviewing them on camera each year about their media habits and attitudes.
27 April 2021
- Consumer advice
27 April 2021
As a response to the Covid-19 outbreak, Ofcom is providing a range of information about how people are getting news and information about the crisis.
26 April 2021
Lists Ofcom's official statistics
Information about our past and upcoming Making Sense of Media events, and how you can get involved.
14 April 2021
We publish data on which UK telephone numbers are available for allocation or are allocated, and lists of codes for use in number porting and other administrative tasks.
Research on fixed line home broadband speeds, mobile broadband performance, and related research.