Robert Redeleanu, the CEO of UPC Polska, has stressed that there are no plans to sell the company.
Speaking in a press conference and quoted by Wirtualne Media, he added that despite recently withdrawing its offer to buy Multimedia Polska, it continues to look for other potential acquisitions in the Polish market.
Redeleanu also said that UPC Polska plans to make a 1Gbps service available to its subscribers this year, employing a new version of the Connect Box and FTTH technology.
The operator has invested heavily in fibre infrastructure in the last few years and its ultra-fast internet and digital TV services now reach over 3.3 million homes.
Redeleanu also revealed that UPC Polska plans to launch a mobile telephony service at the beginning of 2019.
Last week Liberty Global announced that it has agreed to sell its operations in Germany, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic to Vodafone in a deal worth €19 billion. Once closed next year, it will leave the company with a presence in two CEE markets, namely Poland and Slovakia.