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Consultations

Ofcom seeks people's views on a very broad range of policies; at any one time we will have a number of consultations open for comment. This area of our website explains how to find a particular consultation - and how to respond to our consultation teams.

Latest Consultations and Statements

Broadcast Digital Radio Technical Codes and Guidance

Consultation published 11|04|2014

Managing Northern Ireland telephone numbers

Consultation published 01|04|2014

Local commercial analogue radio licence durations

Consultation published 25|02|2014

Porting charges under General Condition 18

Consultation published 24|03|2014

Listed Events – Rugby League Challenge Cup Final

Consultation published 20|03|2014

Renewal of the Channel 4 licence

Statement published 11|03|14

Consultations

Renewal of the Channel 4 licence

Consultation published 25|07|2013

Changes to making local calls in five area codes

Consultation published 19|07|2013

Review of the wholesale broadband access markets

Consultation published 11|07|2013

Wimbledon 2013

Consultation published 13|06|2013

Cost orientation review

Consultation published 05|06|2013

Accreditation Scheme for Price Calculators

Consultation published 29|05|2013

The quality of live subtitling

Consultation published 17|05|2013

Licence Exempt spectrum use in the 2400 MHz band

Consultation published 09|05|2013

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How Ofcom Consults

The decisions that Ofcom takes must be based on evidence and need to take into account the views of people and organisations with an interest in the outcome. This Plain English guide explains Ofcom’s consultation process.

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