According to an annual report on the telco market published by the regulator UKE, the incumbent claimed 55.1% of subscribers in 2015, down from 56.1% a year earlier, with UPC in second place with 10.4% (up from 8.7% in 2014).
Netia claimed 9.6% (8%), Telefonia Dialog 3.5% (2.2%) and Vectra 3.3% (2.8%).
In revenue terms, Orange accounted for 54.6% (54.1%) and was followed by Netia (19.2% v 20.5%) and Telefonia Dialog (5% v 4.1%), with UPC only in fourth place (4.2% v 4.7%).
Meanwhile, cable modem internet revenues in Poland amounted to PLN1 billion (€225.8 million) in 2015, down by around 2% on the previous year.
Furthermore, the number of cable internet subscribers was, at 2.6 million, around 100,000 lower than in 2014.
UPC was the leading provider of cable internet services in 2015, claiming a market share of 40.2%. It was folowed by Vectra (20.1%), Multimedia (14.7%), Toya (4%) and Inea (3.9%), with other operators (17.2%) accounting for the remainder.
At the same time, the number of FTTH subscribers in Poland almost doubled in 2014/2015, from around 170,000 to 310,000.
FTTH revenues in 2015 amounted to PLN0.18 billion. Despite claiming a market shares of only 10.7%, the cable operator Inea was the leading provider.
The incumbent telco Orange had a market share of 5.3%.