UKE amends terms of UPC's access to Orange ducts

Thursday 28 April 2016 | 19:30 CET | News
Polish regulator UKE cleared an amendment of two contracts on access to cable ducts signed between Orange Poland and UPC Poland. The first contract is from 23 July 2009 and was concluded between the former company Aster (the successor of which is UPC) and Orange and the second contract is from 30 November 2009 and was signed between Orange and UPC, setting new framework principles and conditions for access to Orange's cable ducts for UPC (the service ROI). By the decision, UKE resolved the dispute between Orange and UPC and confirmed that it is necessary to change the framework principles to

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Aster / Orange Poland / UPC Poland
Countries: Poland
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