Statistical release calendar 2017

01 February 2017

If you wish to discuss or ask about any of these publications, please contact market.research@ofcom.org.uk. This email account will be checked once per day.

Official statistics Date publishedMethodologyContentData

Telecommunications data revenues, volumes and market share update Q3 2016

26 January 2017 Operational data Telecommunications data revenues, volumes and market share Q3 2016 telecoms data tables (csv) CSV, 18.0 KB

Q3 2016 telecoms data tables (pdf) PDF, 66.4 KB
Disabled consumers' access and use of communications services and devices 2016 26 January 2017 Face-to-face omnibus Data which tracks and provides insights into the levels of access and use of communications services and devices among disabled consumers

Disabled consumers' access and use of communications services and devices 2016 PDF, 3.3 MB

Disability research - technical report 2016 PDF, 165.3 KB

Consumer issues survey: experience of nuisance calls January 2017 31 January 2017 Face to face omnibus survey This set of data tables provides information on consumers' experience of nuisance calls

Consumer complaints data tables PDF, 1.1 MB

Consumer complaints data tables CSV, 190.5 KB

News consumption in the UK 1 February 2017 Face to face omnibus survey Research into news consumption across television, radio, print and online.
Ofcom is currently in the process of reviewing the News Survey in order to ensure that it remains fit for purpose. This means that there may be differences to the next survey including different questions and a different methodology.
Ofcom news research 2016 weighted coded tables PDF, 4.5 MB

Ofcom news research 2016 weighted coded tables CSV, 1.5 MB
Residential Postal Tracker 2016 27 February 2017 Mix of online and face-to-face survey

Dataset of the residential postal tracking survey conducted in Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 2016, providing data on residential consumers' use of post and attitudes to postal services.

This report will be  published a day later than scheduled to accommodate an upgrade to the Ofcom website, which would affect publication on the original pre-announced date.

Ofcom residential Postal tracker Q1-Q4 2016 tables PDF, 2.5 MB p
Ofcom residential postal tracker Q1-Q4 2016 - data CSV, 9.0 MB

Ofcom residential postal tracker - technical report 2016 DOCX, 34.2 KB
Business Postal Tracker 2016 27 February 2017 Telephone survey

Dataset of the postal tracking survey of UK SMEs conducted in Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 2016. The survey provides data on postal services use, in terms of volumes sent, received, amount spent, postal products and services used an attitudes to postal services.

This report will be  published a day later than scheduled to accommodate an upgrade to the Ofcom website, which would affect publication on the original pre-announced date

Ofcom business postal tracker: 2016 annual tables
PSB tracker data tables 2016 1 March 2017 Mix of online and face-to-face survey Data tables: Public service broadcasting tracking survey: attitudes, satisfaction with provision and importance of characteristics associated with PSB provision in the UK.  
Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes data tables 15 March 2017 Face to face omnibus survey Media literacy adult surveys: access, use and understanding of internet, TV, mobile and other platforms among the 16+ population of the UK  
Nuisance calls landline panel - wave 5 24 March 2017 Research-consumer panel A diary study among UK adults with home landline phones to record all unwanted calls received during a 4-week period 16 Jan- 12 Feb 2017  
Telecoms and Pay TV Complaints Publication Q4 201629 March 2017Operational dataData showing Ofcom complaint volumes per 100,000 subscribers. 
Consumer issues survey- experience of nuisance calls: March 2017 31 March 2017 Face-to-face omnibus survey This set of data tables provides information on consumers' experience of nuisance calls  
Media Tracker 201604 April 2017ResearchThis set of data tables provides information on UK adults’ attitudes and opinions towards television and radio broadcasting 
Television access services: final report on 2016 18 May 2017   Data reporting provision of access services in first six months of 2016  
Consumer issues survey- experience of nuisance calls: May 2017 31 May 2017 Face-to-face omnibus survey This set of data tables provides information on consumers' experience of nuisance calls  
Consumer issues survey- experience of nuisance calls: July 2017 31 July 2017 Face-to-face omnibus survey This set of data tables provides information on consumers' experience of nuisance calls  
Post volumes and revenues 2016 August 2017 Data collected from postal operators

Data showing total revenues and volumes for the UK addressed letter market in FY2016-17.

From FY 2017-18 we propose changing the basis on which annual letters volumes and revenues is collected, impacting the statistics we will publish relating to 2017-18 revenues and volumes. This proposal would mean that we no longer collect volumes and revenues from postal operators whose combined annual access letters and end-to end letter volumes is less than two million items a year. We consider that this change will remove regulatory burdens from the smallest operators while having no material impact on the quality of data we collect or our ability to monitor the market. For further information or to comment on our proposed change please see the notice on our website, or email by 6 March 2017

Proposal to change the basis on which annual letters revenues and volumes data is collected and published
Consumer issues survey- experience of nuisance calls: September 2017 29 September 2017 Face-to-face omnibus survey This set of data tables provides information on consumers' experience of nuisance calls  
Consumer issues survey- experience of nuisance calls: November 2017 30 November 2017 Face-to-face omnibus survey This set of data tables provides information on consumers' experience of nuisance calls  
Post volumes and revenues 2016-17 November 2017 Data collected from postal operators

Data showing total revenues and volumes for the UK addressed letter market in FY2016-17.

From FY 2017-18 we propose changing the basis on which annual letters volumes and revenues is collected, impacting the statistics we will publish relating to 2017-18 revenues and volumes. This proposal would mean that we no longer collect volumes and revenues from postal operators whose combined annual access letters and end-to end letter volumes is less than two million items a year. We consider that this change will remove regulatory burdens from the smallest operators while having no material impact on the quality of data we collect or our ability to monitor the market. For further information or to comment on our proposed change please see the notice on our website, or email here.

Proposal to change the basis on which annual letters revenues and volumes data is collected and published