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Communications Monthly Update: January 2018

Ofcom Updates

This update provides a list of selected recent Ofcom publications.

This month’s update covers:

  • Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator update
  • Office of the Broadcast Transmission Services quarterly update
  • Television broadcast licensing update
  • Radio licensing monthly update
  • Duct and pole access – update on implementation timetable
  • Assisted listening device advice
  • Q3 2017 telecoms data update
  • Proposed designation of significant market power in mobile call termination
  • Correspondence concerning key performance indicators in the Business Connectivity Market Review
  • Decision to make the Wireless Telegraphy (Ultra-Wideband Equipment) (Exemption) (Amendment) regulations 2018
  • PMSE major events listings

Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator update
The Independent Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator (OTA2) has published its update for December 2017. At the end of December 2017, the number of unbundled lines stands at 9.86m. There are 4.45m WLR lines, and the number of telephone numbers using CPS is 1.83m.

Office of the Broadcast Transmission Services quarterly update
The Office of the Adjudicator – Broadcast Transmission Services (OTA-BTS) has published its quarterly update for October to December 2017.

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

Radio licensing monthly update
Information about Ofcom’s broadcast radio licensing activity with regard to both the commercial and community radio sectors.

Duct and pole access – update on implementation timetable
Ofcom has published its current thinking on when different aspects of any new duct and pole access conditions would come into force.

Assisted listening device advice
Ofcom has published updated advice on assisted listening devices, following implementation of the new Radio Equipment Directive. The directive does not affect current users, who can continue to use their devices without making any changes.

Q3 2017 telecoms data update
This quarterly update highlights trends from the data Ofcom collects on the UK telecommunications sector.

Proposed designation of significant market power in mobile call termination
Ofcom is proposing to designate Telet Research (N.I.) Limited as having significant market power in mobile call termination.

Correspondence concerning key performance indicators in the Business Connectivity Market Review
Ofcom has published an exchange of letters between Openreach and Ofcom concerning regulatory obligations on BT to provide key performance indicators imposed in the Business Connectivity Market Review. The correspondence concerns agreement around the timing of KPI availability.

Decision to make the Wireless Telegraphy (Ultra-Wideband Equipment) (Exemption) (Amendment) regulations 2018 (PDF, 175.8 KB)
This confirms an Ofcom decision to make new regulations that amend the existing Wireless Telegraphy licence exemption criteria for Ultra Wideband (UWB) devices. Uses for these devices include wireless multi-media applications, such as streaming videos and connecting cameras to TVs.

PMSE major events listings
This update provides details of the major events taking place in the UK during 2018, where there is high demand for spectrum use and therefore they are not subject to our usual application process and schedule. Specific guidelines and application details are provided for each event.

Further information on Ofcom’s review of the 070 number range
In response to stakeholder requests, we have decided to release some information previously redacted in our consultation on the 070 range.


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