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UKE will re-examine the broadband access market

The recommendation of the European Commission issued on 27 August 2012 is the final step phase in the so-called second phase investigation during which the President of UKE strives to persuade the European Commission to accept its draft decision for the wholesale broadband access market (the so-called market 5).

How does UKE help consumers

Nearly five thousand people receiving telephone advice, over four thousand applications for intervention, two and a half thousand mediations and fifteen hundred responses in individual cases - this is the scale of help that the Office of Electronic Communications provided to consumers during the first six months of 2012.

Together against theft and devastation of infrastructure

On the initiative of three regulatory authorities: the Office of Electronic Communications, the Energy Regulatory Office and the Office of Rail Transportation, Memorandum on cooperation in preventing theft and devastation of infrastructure was concluded on 23 August.

Tender for five exclusive frequency licenses in the 1800 MHz band

On 20 August 2012, the President of UKE announced the start of a tender for five exclusive frequency licences in the 1729,9-1754,9 MHz and 1824,9-1849,9 MHz bands throughout the country, intended to provide mobile telecommunications services.

Change of TP obligations on retail markets 1 and 2

On 8 August 2012, the President of the Office of Electronic Communications issued regulatory decisions which designate Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. as an undertaking with significant market power in the markets of connecting to the public fixed-line telephone network and maintaining availability of telecommunications services for individual customers and business customers (i.e. markets no. 1 and 2).

Internet provided by local governments

Change in the position of the President of the Office of Electronic Communications on the provision by local government units of Internet access services for free or for a fee lower than the market price, pursuant to Art. 7 of the Act on the promotion of the development of telecommunications networks and services (the so-called "Mega-Act").

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Measurements of the digital terrestrial television signals

The Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) is evaluating the possibility of the reception of digital terrestrial television signals (DVB-T) in seven provinces.

Consultations of mobile termination rates

Commencement of the consultation process of seven draft decisions of the President of UKE  determining regulatory obligations for mobile network operators related to call termination services (market 16).

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    The President of the Office of Electronic Communications (President of UKE) is the national regulatory authority for the market of telecommunications and postal services. The President of UKE is also the specialised authority in the area of equipment conformity assessment, including telecommunications terminal equipment and radio equipment.

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    Here you can find information about the most import ant international events, significant for the development of telecommunications and postal markets In Poland and for the statutory activity of the Office of Electronic Communications.
    International activity of the President of UKE consists of, inter alia, cooperation with the European Commission, other EU institutions and Regulatory Authorities of EU Member State. It includes also the cooperation within organizations of which UKE is a member, i.e. the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the Body for European Regulators of Electronic Communications (BEREC) and the European Committee for Postal Regulation (CERP).

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