UK SPF: Impact of COVID 19 on UK spectrum policy & consumers

UK SPF: Impact of COVID 19 on UK spectrum policy & consumers

This event took place online on Thursday 7 May between 10:00-11:30.



  • Chair: Saul Friedner, UK SPF Cluster 1 and LS Telcom
  • Overview: Ed Freeman, DCMS 
  • Other speakers:
    • Graham Plumb, Ofcom
    • William Webb, Webb Search
    • Dean Bubley, Disruptive Analysis


This was the first fully virtual Cluster session and the topic was very timely. Just like all UK SPF Cluster sessions it operated under Chatham House Rule.

Ofcom and DCMS provided insight into what they are currently doing relating to spectrum policy. You can view Ofcom’s points in the slides.

William and Dean provided their very informed viewpoints and their slides are in the deck.


At the of the session a follow-up session was discussed so please keep an eye out.


Link to the event

  • Jo O'Riordan

    Jo O'Riordan

    Head of Spectrum Policy and Telecoms
    T 020 7331 2191

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