The European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) redefines the regulation of electronic communications in Europe. Member states have to transpose the EECC into national law by 21 December 2020, two years after entry into force. Research by Cullen International shows that most countries are still at an early stage.
Our new EECC Trackers provide comprehensive insight into the main changes. They follow in detail the steps taken by the European Commission and BEREC to ensure a proper implementation of the EECC.
Cullen International has developed new Trackers for the following aspects:
- very high capacity networks – definition and co-investment
- market analysis, symmetric access, SMP and non-SMP remedies
- spectrum and small-cell deployment
- the redefinition of electronic communications services
- end-user protection
- universal service – scope, affordability and funding
- governance and BEREC
To access the new set of EECC Trackers please click on “Access the full content” below or on “Request Access”, in case you are not subscribed to our European Telecoms service.
Cullen International's complete EECC toolbox also includes the following:
- EECC Decoder: regulatory remedies explained
a 1-page infographic that explains which remedies apply to different business models (vertically integrated, wholesale-only, voluntary separation and co-investment).
- EECC Implementation Calendar
a comprehensive calendar of the most important dates for the implementation of the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) and the BEREC Regulation 2018.
- EECC Legislation Navigator
a web app that allows an easy comparison between the 2002/2009 EU regulatory framework for electronic communications and the new EECC.
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