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  • 05.02.2004 – 14:31

    Ofcom sets out proposals on commercial Radio licensing

    London (ots) - The Communications Act 2003 requires Ofcom to award licences for FM commercial radio services in open competition based on statutory criteria. Previously this duty was undertaken by the Radio Authority. Ofcom is today publishing its proposals for the process for licensing new FM commercial radio services. These form part of Ofcom's broader strategy toward the radio sector which will be developed ...

  • 19.12.2003 – 08:49

    Oftel Notifies EC Of Proposals For Mobile Regulation

    London (ots) - In one of his final acts as Director General of Oftel, David Edmonds, today notified the European Commission of his proposals to promote competition and reduce the price of calling a mobile phone. The Director General has concluded this action is necessary because consumers pay too much for making calls to mobile phones. They have no choice but to pay the high connection charge set by the operator of ...

  • 16.12.2003 – 09:00

    Oftel And Ofcom Publish Proposed Regulation Of Wholesale Broadband Access Market

    London (ots) - The outgoing UK telecommunications regulator Oftel and the incoming converged communications regulator Ofcom today agreed on a joint draft decision on the regulation of the UK's wholesale broadband access market. The decision follows the publication earlier this year of a consultation document setting out the terms of a market review ...

  • 12.12.2003 – 08:53

    Strategic Review of UK Telecommunications Sector

    London (ots) - Ofcom announces Strategic Review of UK telecommunications sector Ofcom today set out the terms and timing of its forthcoming Strategic Review of the UK telecommunications sector. The Review, which will begin in January 2004 and will run to the end of the year, will be the first comprehensive assessment of the sector for 13 years. The Review will explore: - The importance of ...

  • 19.11.2003 – 09:18

    Ofcom and the Radiocommunications Agency launch joint consultation on spectrum trading

    London (ots) - Ofcom and the Radiocommunications Agency today announced the beginning of a joint consultation on proposals to allow the trading of rights to use radio spectrum. The providers of wireless communications services such as mobile telephony, pagers, radio and television broadcasts, as well as the providers and users of two-way radios and many other ...