New CEO: Heyah may be separated from Era mobile operator

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 17-03-2005, 12:40

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The new management of PTC, Poland’s mobile operator of Era and Heyah (pre-paid services), has new plans for the company. The new management was chosen two weeks ago in the result of clash between PTC shareholders. ‘Our basic aim is to keep the leader position on the mobile market’, Tadeusz Kubiak, PTC CEO said.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The new management of PTC, Poland’s mobile operator of Era and Heyah (pre-paid services), has new plans for the company. The new management was chosen two weeks ago in the result of clash between PTC shareholders. ‘Our basic aim is to keep the leader position on the mobile market’, Tadeusz Kubiak, PTC CEO said. Two weeks ago, he said that 1 m clients would be reached this year, now he is more optimistic. ‘1 m is a level, which we should easily surpass this year and in next years’, Tadeusz Kubiak admitted.

In his opinion, new clients will mainly choose pre-paid services, which will get even more popular in the future. ‘This is the direction the market in the whole world is developing’, the CEO added. PTC plans to more differentiate the offers of Era and Heyah. When the new pre-paid brand was being launched, there were rumours that the two brands would be separated. Heyah would belong to Elektrim, while PTC would be sold to Deutsche Telekom. ‘This are only speculations but such cases has happened before’, Tadeusz Kubiak said. He stressed, however, that for the time being, no such plans are being prepared.Poland/Enterprises/Telecommunication

 

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