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Communications Monthly Update: November 2016

Ofcom Updates

This update provides a list of selected recent Ofcom publications.

This month’s update covers:

  • Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator update
  •  Radio licensing monthly update
  • Television broadcast licensing update
  • Ofcom’s investigations activity
  • Interim arrangements for BT's WBA, Narrowband and WLA charges
  • Q2 2016 Telecoms Data Update

Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator update
The Independent Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator (OTA2) has published its update for October 2016. At the end of October 2016, the number of unbundled lines stood at 9.85 million. There were 4.57 million WLR lines, and the number of telephone numbers using CPS was 1.89 million.

Radio licensing monthly update
This monthly update provides information about Ofcom’s broadcast radio licensing activity with regard to both the commercial and community radio sectors, and this month includes information about the following:

  •  The SRSL Summer (& Ramadan) 2017 application process, the application window for which opens on 24 November 2016 and closes on 01 December 2016.
  • The recently published consultation on future community radio licensing and changes to our technical policy. In addition, to aid our planning, we are inviting potential applicants for community radio licences to send us an expression of interest, outlining their intention to apply.

Television broadcast licensing update
This update provides information about Ofcom’s broadcast TV licensing activity, including details of new licences issued and changes to existing licences.

Ofcom’s investigations activity
This six-monthly report summarises all investigations activity conducted by the Ofcom Competition Group Investigations Team and the Consumer Protection Team during the period 1 April 2016 to 31 September 2016.

Interim arrangements for BT's WBA, Narrowband and WLA charges
Ofcom has published an update on the pricing arrangements for certain wholesale services, during the period after the expiry of existing charge controls, and before the implementation of any new controls. Ofcom will consider the appropriateness of exercising its regulatory powers to set charges during this period, at the same time as consulting on the next set of decisions on these markets.

Q2 2016 Telecoms Data Update
Ofcom published the Telecommunications Market Data Update for Q2 2016.


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