BEREC makes public summary reports on status of internet capacity
08 April 2020
BEREC considers transparency and access to information as crucially important. Therefore, BEREC Board of Regulators decided to make publicly available the summary reports on the status of internet capacity during the COVID-19 crisis, submitted to the European Commission.
The reports summarize the main findings of the ongoing, twice-weekly information gathering exercise, and includes the most recent data provided to BEREC by its constituent national regulatory authorities.
The reports contain information on the status of network capacity, regulatory actions taken, activities and communications of the operators and, further communication with end-users. Every following report gives an overview of the key updates from the previous report.
The most updated BEREC summary report on the status of internet capacity during the COVID-19 crisis, compiled on 8 April.
BEREC committed to setting up a special monitoring mechanism to ensure regular monitoring of the Internet traffic situation in each Member State to be able to respond swiftly to capacity issues. In order to follow-up on this statement, and in accordance with Article 40(2) of the BEREC Regulation, the European Commission has requested BEREC to deliver regular monitoring, at least twice a week, and signal any significant unexpected event of the Internet traffic situation in each Member State linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.