Ofcom for ConsumersThe TV, radio, phone and postal services citizens and consumers use at home and in business, and what to do if you’re not happy.
February 25, 2014
Ofcom has today announced the award of a new community radio licence in Cheshire.
February 17, 2014
Viewers and listeners often complain to us about programmes they’ve seen or heard on TV and radio.
January 22, 2014
Consumers and small businesses taking out new landline, broadband or mobile contracts should be allowed to exit them without penalty if their provider increases the monthly subscription price agreed at the point of sale.
February 26, 2014
Viewers and listeners in the UK have long enjoyed a rich heritage of broadcasting and quality programming.
More consumers than ever before are signing up to contracts for mobile phones.
Product placement is now allowed in UK television programmes.
With millions of phone deals available today, it can be very confusing working out which offers you the best value for money.
If you’re confused by call charges or don’t know your 03 from your 0845 numbers, then we have the perfect guide for you. It tells you about some of the common numbers in use today, what they are used for and how much it costs to call them from a BT landline.
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