The value of the market, at PLN39.47 billion (€9.32 billion), was little changed on a year earlier.
However, the household penetration of internet services stood at over 106% as of the end of 2016, or five percentage points more than a year earlier.
Nearly all technologies delivering internet services saw a fall in revenues in 2016, with the only noticeable execption being fibre, which noted an increase by over 65%.
All told, there were 14.5 million internet users in Poland as of the end of 2016, or 5% more than a year earlier.
In 2016, 7.86 million people used bundled services (+34% year-on-year), with the most popular (54%, or 12.5 percentage points more than a year earlier) being mobile telephony and mobile internet.
Fibre optic networks grew by 16% in 2016, with the length amounting to almost 430,000km at year’s end.
Furthermore, 32% of buildings in Poland could access internet services of 30 Mbps or more.