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Additional information on TP investment in so-called “white gaps”


The list of locations in which comprehensive investment in the segment of “white gaps” was finalised for the period from 22nd of October 2009 to 30th of June 2011.


In the communication published on 12th of August 2011 on the UKE website we informed you that by 30th of June TP had built a total of 80,110 broadband access lines (out of 150,000 planned ones) within the 1.2. category  – the so-called “white gaps”. This is one out of eight categories within which TP carries out investment planned under the agreement concluded between the President of UKE and the President of TP on 22nd of October 2009.

We also informed you that Trzcianka Municipality was made “turnkey”.
In addition to the previous communication, we present below a list of 305 locations throughout the country which are qualified as the areas with the lowest level of the existing telecommunications infrastructure saturation, where planned investment has been completed.

The investment process in the subsequent locations will be continued in accordance with the adopted “TP production plan – March 2011 – October 2012” and the attached list will be continuously updated on the basis of “TP production reports” received quarterly and presented on the UKE website. 

The list of locations is available here.

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