Issues

  • Data received clarification

    Hi, could you please clarify something for the broadband data received? When there is value -1, does that mean, there are no such speeds provided in the area, or it means there is no data in ofcom for such speeds? I noticed there are postcodes with ultrafast speeds but without superfast speeds, which makes me think there is no data for the speeds provided in the postcode. Could you please also share if there is any documentation on the data received from the requests.(for broadband and mobile data requests) Thanks!

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Fri, 01 Jul 2022 16:39:23 GMT
  • Broadband companies

    Hi, Hope you are well. It is very useful to see metrics for each mobile provider separately through the API. But is there a way to get which broadband providers operate on certain postcode, also through the API? The broadband data I am getting is general, but when I check a postcode through your UI, it may not show all separate metrics but it shows at least the names of companies that operate there. Please screenshot attached. Is there any way to get some extra data on the broadband? Thanks, Miro.

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Thu, 23 Jun 2022 13:27:24 GMT
  • [REQUEST]: Paid option for higherlimit

    Currently the Mobile Coverage (Premium) products allows up to 500 calls/minute for 150,000 requests per month. Is there an option for my team to send more requests (let's say for example up to 250,000 per month) in return for a fee? Currently the 150k is more than enough for us, this is a speculative ask in case our load should ever increase.

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Tue, 25 Jan 2022 14:45:06 GMT
  • Mr

    Having recieved a set of responses back for the Mobile Coverage I noticed that the DataOutdoorNo4g for all of the carriers only reported a 0 or 3, even when DataIndoorNo4g could be reporting a 4. This seems a little strange implying the DataOutdoorNo4g data is not so trust worthy. Example Post Codes are BS353QH, BL97BR, IP333AA, PR22YP.

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Fri, 25 Jun 2021 07:58:08 GMT
  • Unable to connect via C#

    Hi, I'm recieving an "An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host" error when using your C# example with the Ocp-Apim-Subscription-Key changed and postcode set. Can you see where I'm going wrong?

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Thu, 20 May 2021 12:31:07 GMT
  • Internal server error when accessing Broadband API through Python script

    I have been attempting to make a request to the API and parse the return via a Python script, via two different methods. Both return a 500: Internal Server Error with no further information, except an activityId and I don't have a clue what that refers to. Any help on what I'm doing wrong would be greatly appreciated - code excerpt below, minus actual key headers = { # Request headers 'Ocp-Apim-Subscription-Key': 'key', } postcode = 'MK158AN' response = requests.get('https://api-proxy.ofcom.org.uk/broadband/coverage/%7B{}%7D'.format(postcode), headers=headers) print(response.json()) Thanks in advance

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Wed, 31 Mar 2021 08:22:10 GMT
  • Data looks wrong

    A request for CT31LP brings back a record for "Second Floor Flat, 290, London Road" however, it should actually be under CT170SY (along with the 3 other flats) - unless that flat has decided that it prefers the countryside to Dover ...

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Tue, 02 Mar 2021 13:05:02 GMT
  • Request for API not being actioned

    I have requested basic mobile coverage API. The request is showing on my Profile but has remained as "requested" for several weeks

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Mon, 22 Feb 2021 10:31:47 GMT
  • Errors returned with double quotes

    When an error is returned it is coming back like this {   "PostCode": "gfghf",   "Error": "Post code not found" } As the PostCode and Error are object property - it should return without double quotes. It is in double quotes, so in javascript we can't get the exact property value. Is it possible for it to provide a return error like this {   PostCode: "gfghf",   Error: "Post code not found" }

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Mon, 01 Feb 2021 17:17:33 GMT
  • Output from API does not match documentation

    The documentation, API Definition, and example response clearly state that the mobile coverage indicator should be a letter showing Clear/Red/Amber/Green status When I call the API either from the "Try It" section of the website, or from my own code, it returns an integer in the range of 0 - 4 Given that CRAG evaluates to an array length of 3 as cardinality starts from zero, what does "4" mean in this context?

    Status: Proposed | Reported by Hidden Thu, 17 Sep 2020 07:00:08 GMT

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