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- Statement on Next Generation Text Relay
- Ofcom awards new community radio licences in Huddersfield and Pocklington
- Pay TV – Ofcom begins review of the wholesale must-offer
- UK experiences superfast broadband surge but challenges remain to address speed mismatches
April 17, 2014
In response to the delay to the launch of the Next Generation Text Relay Service, Claudio Pollack, Ofcom’s consumer director said: “Ofcom is very disappointed that a Next Generation Text Relay service, developed by BT, will now not be launched this Friday – a long-standing deadline set by Ofcom 18 months ago. The rules put in place by Ofcom to protect the interests of disabled consumers require that a next generation text relay service must be made available by all landline and mobile providers from 18 April 2014.
April 17, 2014
Ofcom has today announced the award of new community radio licences in Huddersfield and Pocklington.
April 16, 2014
Ofcom has today outlined plans to review the ‘wholesale must-offer’ obligation placed on BSkyB in relation to its Sky Sports 1 and 2 channels.
April 15, 2014
One in four UK residential fixed broadband connections is ‘superfast’, according to latest Ofcom research.
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