The Polish operator Play has made its fibre-optic internet and digital services available to another 2 million households.
Its offer includes Play Now TV, consisting of over 130 TV channels, as well as streaming and mobile services.
Commenting on the development, Mikkel Noesgard, CMO Play Group, said: “At Play, our priority is to offer our customers the most advantageous access to fibre-optic internet, mobile services and digital entertainment, providing them with freedom of choice and the highest quality. That is why we are consistently expanding the range of our digital services throughout Poland, so that as many customers as possible can take advantage of the full possibilities of our offer and the benefits of unlimited access to the digital world”.
Play notes that the expansion of its reach is thanks to an agreement that allows its operator P4 to use the infrastructure built by the wholesale operator Swiatlowod Inwestycje and Orange Polska under the Polska Cyfrowa Operational Programme.
Under the agreement with Swiatlowod Inwestycje, the range of Play services will increase by 1.3 million address points by the end of 2022, and by 2025 it will increase to 2.4 million. Under the agreement with Orange Polska, Play services will reach a total of almost one million households.
Play, like Liberty Global’s former Polish operation UPC Polska, are owned by France’s iliad.