In a statement, the regulator says that the key element of the decision are “conditions for providing access to telecommunications infrastructure in the field of telecommunications cables in multi-family buildings” They constitute a universal set of rules and rules in the field of access to the telecommunications entrepreneur’s infrastructure, including telecommunications cables.
It adds that the decisions are part of UKE’s strategic activities in the period 2017-2023 and aimed at promoting joint investments, supporting the construction and sharing of infrastructure and ensuring effective inter-operator cooperation.
They are taken to implement the assumptions of the European Digital Agenda and the Europe 2020 Strategy, bringing Poland closer to the gigabit society.
UKE also says that the decisions were preceded by an analysis in which its president took into account all the gathered evidence.
It concludes by saying that the decisions, which affect Netia, UPC Polska, Muktimedia Polska, Vectra Investments, Inea and Toya, are not final.