Press release - BEREC launches public consultations – calls for input
Today BEREC Chair Jeremy Godfrey (ComReg, Ireland), with the Co-Chairs of the Roaming and Markets & Economic Analysis Working Groups, presented the outcomes of the 39th Board of Regulators ordinary meetings. The public debriefing took place in Brussels on 19 June 2019 at 14:00 (CET).
Mr Godfrey gave an overview of the subjects which were discussed at the plenary which included:
- The new BEREC Guidelines:
- Guidelines on the minimum criteria for a reference offer
- Guidelines for the notification template (pursuant to Art 12)
- Guidelines on the common criteria for the assessment of the ability of undertakings to manage numbering resources
- The Common Position which was reached on infrastructure sharing
One of the Co-chairs of the BEREC Markets & Economic Analysis (MEA) Working Group informed on the BEREC report on data economy, BEREC report on access to physical infrastructure and the BEREC response to the EC consultation on the review of the recommendation of relevant markets.
The co-chairs of the BEREC Roaming Working Group also gave an update on BEREC’s Opinion as input to EC evaluation on the functioning of the roaming market.
Mr Godfrey also launched four public consultations on the following documents:
- Draft BEREC Guidelines on the minimum criteria for a reference offer relating to obligations of transparency;
- Draft Call for Initial Stakeholder Input on the BEREC Guidelines on the Criteria for a Consistent Application of Article 61(3);
- Draft BEREC Guidelines for the notification template pursuant to article 12, paragraph 4 of Directive 2018/1972 of the European Parliament and of the Council;
- Draft BEREC guidelines on common criteria for the assessment of the ability to manage numbering resources by undertakings other than providers of electronic communications networks or services and of the risk of exhaustion of numbering resources if numbers are assigned to such undertakings.
“BEREC welcomes responses from all stakeholders to these public consultations.” said Mr Godfrey. The public consultations have different closing dates, details of which are published on BEREC’s website.
A full list of public documents adopted at the 39th ordinary meetings is available on the BEREC website. The 40st BEREC Plenary will take place on 2-4 October 2019 in Crete, Greece.
The outcomes of the ordinary meeting were presented during the public debriefing. BEREC Chair Jeremy Godfrey replied to the questions from the audience and social media. View the full post plenary debriefing on the BEREC website.