UKE publishes guidelines for wholesale cable network access

22 May 2019

Poland’s Office of Electronic Communications (Urzad Komunikacji Elektronicznej, UKE) has published its decisions relating to wholesale access to the cable networks of six domestic operators. The decisions cover Netia, UPC Poland, Multimedia Polska, Vectra, INEA and Toya and relate to their infrastructure in multi-dwelling buildings. According to a UKE statement, the decisions are ‘aimed at promoting joint investments, supporting the construction and sharing of infrastructure and ensuring effective inter-operator cooperation’.

It added: ‘The implementation of the decision will favourably increase the efficiency of using existing infrastructure and reduce the costs of new engineering and construction works to the benefit not only of telecommunications entrepreneurs, but also for subscribers, who will get a chance to take advantage of a competitive offer, and property owners through organically burdensome work installation.’,213.html



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