Regulator is preparing for a 4G mobile auction in early 2012
Mobile operators gear up for auction in 2012
Head of spectrum policy for the government says the priority is the get the spectrum to market
Ofcom says wholesale charges for mobile calls will have to fall by 80 per cent by 2015
Operator is worried about being squeezed out of the market
Watchdog wants marketing to reflect actual broadband speeds
TalkTalk billing systems now consolidated onto one platform following billing inaccuracies last year
Telcos could get their hands on the spectrum after the London 2012 Games
PAC says Ofcom 'needs to do more to allow the taxpayers and companies that fund its activities to judge its performance'
The move is likely to delay the Digital Economy Act's site-blocking provisions
Timico's Trefor Davies suggests ISPs may just pocket the additional margin
Role of Ofcom will also come under scrutiny
Heavily criticised regulator proposes reductions in BT wholesale prices
Cloud services will also have an impact on business models in 2011
Welcome to Tech Talk episode 17. In addition to a rundown of the week's top IT news stories from Stuart Sumner and Nicola Brittain, we discuss the future of Ofcom.
What does 2011 have in store for IT leaders? Find out here.
Quocirca analyst argues that Ofcom's remit reads like a company's mission statement
Move should increase mobile broadband speeds, and widen coverage in rural areas
BT has until January to respond to objections that it has abused its dominant position in the market
Regulator moves to ensure fair pricing in markets where BT is dominant
As Verizon offers "4G" services in 38 US cities, an analyst explains that the UK will have to wait for its turn
European Commission highlights 16 per cent jump in broadband speeds, but Ofcom and government need to align efforts
Find out what got industry tongues wagging this week and read some of the top comments from our readers
4G jam tomorrow? Nope, it'll be 2013 according to Ofcom