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Communications Monthly Update: September 2015

Ofcom Updates

This update provides a list of selected recent Ofcom publications. For all latest documents, please visit: http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/

This month’s update covers:

• Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator Update
• Report on online traffic management detection
• Telecommunications Market Data Update Q1 2015
• Radio licensing monthly update
• Television broadcast licensing update
• Consumer Protection Test

Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator Update

The Independent Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator (OTA2) has published its update for August 2015. At the end of August 2015, the number of unbundled lines stood at 9.75 Million. There were 5.53 Million WLR lines and the number of telephone numbers using CPS was 1.98 Million.

Report on online traffic management detection

This literature review, commissioned by Ofcom, is aimed at better understanding techniques that could potentially be used to detect the application of online traffic management.

Q1 2015 Telecoms Data Update

Ofcom published the Telecommunications Market Data Update for Q1 2015..

Radio licensing monthly update

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

Television broadcast licensing update

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

Consumer Protection Test

The Consumer Protection Test for telephone number allocation focuses on communications providers that have used numbers to cause serious or repeated harm to consumers. Ofcom will not allocate 070 personal numbers, 0871/2/3 special service higher-rate numbers or 09 premium rate numbers to anyone who appears on either of two lists. Ofcom strongly encourages all providers that assign telephone numbers to others to take best use of numbers and consumer protection into account, and to refer to the following two lists when making assignment decisions. 

The latest ‘Under Assessment’ and ‘Number Refusal’ lists have been updated.


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