Poland’s leading DTH platform Cyfrowy Polsat is on course to become a quad play provider next year.
Quoted in Wirtualne Media, its president Dominik Libicki said that it will begin trailing an internet service next month, employing the 850-900 MHz frequency range, and launch a triple play offer consisting of TV, internet and mobile telephony in Q1 2010.
Fixed line telephony may be added later in the year. Cyfrowy Polsat has been an MVNO since 2008 and will target its triple play service and will initially target the 36% of its subscribers who live within a 10% geographical area of Poland.
In a related development, Sfreria, company owned by Polsat founder and owner Zygmunt Solorz-Zak, and Aero2 plan to launch a fast mobile internet access service employing Evolved HPSA technology.