OfCom Website Update

Accidental regression to older Amateur Radio documents

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Accidental Document Regression

We have learnt that OfCom implemented an update to the look of their website on Thursday 13 June 2024.

Unfortunately, in the process, they have inadvertently regressed to older versions of some important Amateur Radio documents. Some of the documents relate to important changes from the licence review, including the new licence terms and conditions and guidance documents.

The RSGB have highlighted this to Ofcom and ,strong>OfCom are working to address the issue.

For now though, please make sure you check the dates of any documents you might refer to on the OfCom website, the licence changes came in in February 2024 and anything before that date will no longer be current.

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