Orange Poland wins BGK telephony contract

Friday 30 December 2016 | 10:38 CET | News
Orange Poland has won a contract for telephony services at Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego. Exatel, Netia and T-Mobile also bid for the contract, according to Telko.in. It was advertised with a value of PLN 1.2 million, while Orange offered around 40 percent than its rivals with a bid of PLN 727,000. The operator will provide over 400 fixed lines at more than 20 locations across the country. The contract runs for 24 months and can be extended another 12 months.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Exatel / Netia / Orange Poland / T-Mobile
Countries: Poland
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