The European Commission and BEREC, assembling the European telecoms regulators, have to issue implementing legislation and guidance on a wide range of topics with the entry into force of the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) and the BEREC Regulation 2018 on 20 December 2018.
Most of this work will have to be done in the two years before the deadline of 21 December 2020 by which EU member states will have to transpose the EECC into national legislation.
Furthermore, the EECC requires various actions by national authorities and sets deadlines for the review of the EECC, both as a whole and for specific parts.
Cullen International has compiled a comprehensive calendar of the most important dates for the implementation. The calendar includes the deadlines for implementing legislation and guidance by the European Commission and BEREC, as well for the various actions required by national authorities and the review of the EECC.
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