Police calls for penalties at Exatel for emergency line failures

Friday 28 July 2017 | 14:05 CET | News
The Polish emergency line 112 did not work 167 hours and 27 minutes in 2016, reported Rzeczpospolita. The police, which operate the emergency service, have called for state operator Exatel to pay penalties for the outages. The aim of the service is a maximum 52 minutes a year of unavailability.

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Companies: Exatel
Countries: Poland
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