Poland - Telecoms Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations - Statistics and Analyses
Poland's mature and liberalised telecom market has seen considerable development in the broadband and mobile sectors. The privatised incumbent, recently rebranded as Orange Poland, has benefited from its parent company's technical experience and know-how in the region. The regulatory environment has been shaped by EU principles designed to facilitate competition, allowing competing operators to enter the market. Recently this extended to opening Orange Poland's fibre network to access and pricing regulation. This report covers key aspects of Poland's evolving telecom market, presenting comprehensive data and information on market players, fixed-line networks and technologies, the wholesale market, as well as an overview of key regulatory developments.
Netia acquires TK Telekom; government creates Ministry of Administration and Digitalisation to oversee telecom sector development; Landis+Gyr develops delivers smart meters in Warsaw; Telecommunications Act amended; theft of telecom equipment and cabling escalates; Deutsche Telekom acquires GTS Central Europe; Orange Poland revenue decline prompts outsourcing and disposal strategy; time taken for number portings reduced to one day; Orange Poland builds 1,800km fibre network; regulator enforces EC's access and price ruling on Orange Poland's fibre network; report update includes the regulator's market data report and 2015 infrastructure report; telcos' operating and financial data for Q4 2015, recent market developments.