A third of Polish firms say demand for telco services increased during pandemic - UKE

Friday 26 February 2021 | 16:47 CET | News
A third of Poland businesses said that the demand for telecom services, and especially for voice services, increased during the pandemic, according to a poll carried out by regulator UKE. The rise in demand was lower among companies employing less than 10 people.

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