Orange Poland asks content firms to invest in infrastructure

Thursday 27 March 2014 | 09:56 CET | News
According to Piotr Muszynski, Vice-Chairman of Orange Poland, the current business model for internet services requires a change, reports Media2.pl. Content and service providers should bear part of the cost of infrastructure, he said. Many players in the market, and regulatory obligations, make operators who are also infrastructure providers unable to compete with end-user prices, and they face the threat of not having enough resources for infrastructure development. According to Muszynski, the dynamic development of services requires a change towards a participatory business model, in which

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Companies: Orange Poland
Countries: Poland
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