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Public consultation on draft BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

The draft BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users was discussed and approved for public consultation at the BEREC Board of Regulators meeting in Riga on 1 October 2015. One of BEREC’s strategic priorities set out in its 2015 Work Programme is ‘Empowering and Protecting End-Users’.  Under this principle, BEREC recognises the need to take account of the interests of vulnerable consumers, including those with disabilities.The document submitted for public consultations reviews the approaches currently taken to promote equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users of communications services.

The public consultation on the draft document ran from 2 October until 30 October, 2015.

List of all documents related to the public consultations:

No of document

Document title or Name of contributor

Document subject to consultation

BoR (15)  135

Draft BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

List of all individual contribution received by BEREC:

PC 04 (15) 01

Contribution by MMF to the BEREC public consultation on the draft BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

PC 04 (15) 02

Contribution by EENA to the BEREC public consultation on the BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

PC 04 (15) 03

Contribution by DIGITALEUROPE to the BEREC public consultation on the BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

PC 04 (15) 05

Contribution by OMNITOR to the BEREC public consultation on the BEREC Report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

Documents approved by BEREC after the public consultation:

BoR (15) 200

BEREC Report on the outcome of the public consultation on the draft report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users

BoR (15) 201

Update of the report on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users