Warsaw District Court has made a ruling on the agreement between the government and shareholders of Sferia on 16 July 2013 for the use of frequencies in the 800 MHz band, reports rpkom.pl. This is the first decision following the complaint submitted by T-Mobile Poland. This means that until legal action is filed and during the court procedure, the State Treasury, the Minister of Administration and Digitisation, Sferia, Bithell Holdings, Juvel, Delas Holdings and Jacek Szymonski may not execute the contract provisions that led to a subsequent UKE's decision changing the original Sferia's CDMA licence and awarding the operator a 2x5 MHz block intended for LTE.
The court also forbids Sferia to use the frequencies awarded by the UKE president's decision as of 27 December 2013. The ban will apply until legal action is filed and during the court procedure, or until 31 December 2018 at the latest.
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