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- Regulators welcome government cross-sectoral study
- Dame Patricia Hodgson named preferred candidate as next Ofcom Chairman
- New ‘Easy Read’ mobile phone guide for people with learning disabilities
- Ofcom proposes to approve first improved ‘text relay’ service
December 5, 2013
A joint statement from the CAA, Ofcom, Ofgem, ORR and Ofwat, 5 December 2013 The UK’s economic regulators today welcomed the Government’s study to identify ways in which cross-sectoral approaches and collaboration across regulators could improve outcomes for consumers. It aims to build on UK’s strong track record of independent regulation, which has delivered better value, more choice and improved service quality for consumers over the last three decades.
December 4, 2013
The Government today named Dame Patricia Hodgson as the preferred candidate as the next Chairman of Ofcom.
December 2, 2013
Ofcom today published a guide to using a mobile phone, designed to be easily understood by people with learning disabilities.
November 28, 2013
Ofcom today took a significant step towards improving telephone calls for disabled consumers by proposing to approve BT’s enhanced text relay service.
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