Play, Cyfrowy Polsat continue dispute on interference in 900 MHz band

Wednesday 27 May 2020 | 17:38 CET | News
Polish regulator UKE said it has received an application from the mobile operator P4 to change its block of frequencies in the 900 MHz band (880.1-885.1/925.1-930.1 MHz). The operator has applied for the UKE to exclude from use a 200-kHz block, due to a dispute with Cyfrowy Polsat. The company Aero2, belonging to the Cyfrowy Polsat Group, uses a neighbouring frequency in the 900 MHz band, and the companies have accused each other of causing interference in services from their equipment. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Aero2 / Cyfrowy Polsat / P4
Countries: Poland
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