Public consultation on draft BEREC Common Position on Mobile Infrastructure Sharing
12 December 2018
In June 2018, BEREC adopted a report on infrastructure sharing which depicts a picture of different regulation and legal frameworks applicable in European countries, of the existing sharing arrangements, of the benefits and challenges related to such arrangements and of possible evolutions with regards to 5G.
BEREC expended its work on identifying common positions on the subject. The common position consists of:
- a background section which describes the applicable legal framework and the benefits and drawbacks related to sharing agreements ;
- a common position section which provides:
- common definitions for some types of sharing agreement;
- the main objectives to be pursued when considering network sharing agreements;
- the parameters to consider when assessing network sharing agreements;
- an indicative analysis of different types of network sharing, according to the objectives and parameters.
The response to the public consultation will serve as inputs for the finalization of a BEREC common position on mobile infrastructure sharing.
Practical details of the public consultation
In accordance with the BEREC policy on public consultations, BEREC will publish a summary of all received contributions, respecting confidentiality requests.
The public consultation will run from 12 December 2018 to 18 January 2019.
All stakeholders are invited to submit their contributions via the new BEREC online public consultation tool on https://consultations.berec.europa.eu/en/consultation/draft-berec-common-position-mobile-infrastructure-sharing , by 18 January 17:00 CET 2019. When registering with the consultation tool, please indicate your name and/or the name of the organisation or company you represent.
Alternatively, contributions could also be submitted to the following e-mail address: Mobileinfrastructure-Consultation@berec.europa.eu. Further enquiries about the consultation including registration with the online platform may also be submitted to this address.
The overall size of the e-mail (including attachments) should not be larger than 2 MB.
After submitting the contribution via e-mail, an automatic reply will be generated. If this confirmation e-mail is not received, the submission of the contribution was not successful and it should be submitted again.
We strongly encourage all stakeholders to submit their contributions as early as possible. Contributions received after the above mentioned deadline will not be taken into account.
Contributions should preferably be sent in English.
This public consultation is organised mainly in BEREC online public consultation platform https://consultations.berec.europa.eu/en/page/berec in a way that allows participants to submit their comments, to provide feedback on comments and parts of the text or to upload their public or confidential files in every section.
It also provides the possibility to download the “word” consultation document for organisations and stakeholders that would like to share it with their partners to consolidate their views and comments in a single file input.
A single file input can be also uploaded on the platform at any “Add comment” section of the discussion, ensuring the classification of this input as public or confidential.
However, in case you send your comments by e-mail, your answers should be organised according to the requested structure (i.e. paragraph by paragraph) in order to facilitate processing the responses.
All contributions will be published on the BEREC website, taking into account requests for confidentiality and publication of personal data. Any such requests should be clearly indicated as: “Consider this contribution as confidential” or, if submitted via e-mail, by clearly stating which information is considered confidential.
Please note that it is also possible to submit both a confidential and a public version of your contribution on the email address: Mobileinfrastructure-Consultation@berec.europa.eu.
NB BEREC Office will be closed from 22 December 2018 - 3 January 2019 for seasonal break.