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GSMA-ETNO response to BEREC Consultation on Monitoring Mobile Coverage
ETNO and the GSMA, who represent the telecoms sector in Europe, welcome the opportunity to comment on BEREC’s Preliminary Report on Monitoring Mobile Coverage. We hope the following detailed comments can serve as a constructive contribution to BEREC’s deliberations on this preliminary report.
Various considerations that are relevant in the scope of this exercise, are equally relevant in the scope of the discussions around net neutrality and quality monitoring inter alia referring to Art. 4 of the Telecom Single Market Regulation. BEREC’s considerations in both exercises need to be fully aligned. ETNO and GSMA had jointly submitted to BEREC detailed positions on the latter previously.