Register and join the BEREC public debriefing on 16 June 2021

08 June 2021

On 16 June 2021 at 14:00 CEST, BEREC will hold its second public debriefing of the year to present the outcomes of the 47th BEREC ordinary meetings. Together with the BEREC Working Group (WG) Co-chairs, the BEREC Chair Michel Van Bellinghen (BIPT, Belgium) will introduce the adopted documents to the audience, launch a public consultation and call for inputs. Registration is already open on the BEREC website.

The BEREC WG Co-chairs will present two BEREC Opinions, the first on the proposed NIS 2 Directive and its effect on Electronic Communications and the second on the European Commission proposal for amending the Roaming Regulation. The speakers will also present the following topics:

  • BEREC Guidelines on Geographical surveys of network deployments. Verification of information;
  • Study on consumer behaviour and attitudes towards Digital Platforms for BEREC, by PPMI;
  • BEREC Report and Position papers on the Digital Markets Act (concerning number-independent interpersonal communication services, the Advisory Board, tailoring remedies and a regulatory dialogue);
  • BEREC Report on Termination rates at European level (January 2021);
  • BEREC Report on WACC parameters 2021.

Stakeholder input to the BEREC documents is essential. During the public debriefing, the BEREC Chair will launch the public consultation on the draft ‘BEREC Report on COVID-19 crisis – lessons learned regarding communication networks and services for a resilient society’. BEREC will also seek stakeholder input for the ‘Questionnaire on the national implementation and functioning of the general authorisation (article 122, paragraph 3 EECC)’.

The BEREC documents adopted will be available on the BEREC website a day before the public debriefing on June 15, 2021, to enable stakeholders to prepare questions for the speakers in advance. The list of publicly available documents will also be available on the BEREC website.

IMPORTANT: BEREC invites stakeholders to register for the event and submit questions in the registration form. The event will be streamed via a dedicated streaming platform, which will also provide live captioning. On the day of the event, BEREC will publish the link to the public debriefing on the BEREC website. Before the event, please consult the instructions on how to use the streaming platform for engagement. During the event, stakeholders can ask the speakers questions via the live Q&A chatbox on the platform. Queries that are more complex can be sent in advance by 14 June 2021 COB to [email protected].