Poland: Broadband internet permissions given to three companies

opublikowano: 29-12-2004, 20:05

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Poland’s telecommunication and post authorities URTiP divided 10 channels for broadband internet services. E-Internets, a newcomer in the telecommunication market, and PTC, the operator of the mobile networks Era and Heyah, received four channels each. Two channels were offered to NASK.

The decision, made some time ago, was criticised by NASK. The company says that the offer of the unknown E-Internet was not evaluated properly, and that the company should have not been allowed to take part in the tenders. If URTiP decided the allegations were right, NASK and PTC would be offered the channels given to E-Internet. NASK still may appeal the decision. ‘Even if they do that they may only question the decision concerning its own channels. It will have no influence on the frequencies given to PTC and E-Internet’, Jacek Strzalkowski, the spokesman of URTiP said.

PTC is ready to launch investments to use the channels it bought. Michal Marczak, telecommunication analyst in DI BRE, believes that PTC may start revolution on the internet services market. ‘The operator may become serious rival to TPSA, which would result in lower prices’, Michal Marczak said.

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