Poland to allocate released 700 MHz bands to state-owned company

Friday 15 October 2021 | 17:34 CET | News
The Polish government is working on a new version of the draft law on cybersecurity. The most recent version of the draft document was published on 12 October, reports Telepolis.pl. If the amendment is adopted, a state-owned Strategic Operator of Security Network (OSSB) will own bands in the released 700 MHz spectrum.

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