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UKE approves changes in Podlaskie regional network's framework offer

Thursday 14 September 2017 | 10:43 CET | News

Polish regulator UKE has accepted changes in the framework offer of the regional broadband network operator in Podlaskie region. The changes include the introduction of a new IP VPN service, the introduction of new internet speed options, the new SLA Custom option allowing flexible usage of SLA parameters, and reduced charges for cable duct rentals.

According to UKE, the changes will have a positive impact on competition and will work as an incentive for operators using the services of the Podlaskie regional broadband network to develop access networks, including in white spot areas.



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Categories: Fixed
Countries: Poland
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