The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) has launched a consultation on its draft “Guidelines on Net Neutrality and Transparency: Best practices and recommended approaches”, which go towards establishing transparency in the market and will assist end-users compare and choose appropriate services. The draft guidelines set out certain aspects that BEREC considers should be provided to end users, which include the scope/availability of the service and general and specific limitations. The draft guidelines also outline which bodies should provide information and discuss the importance of comparability.

Interested parties can submit their comments up to 2 November 2011.