News :: Commission calls on Polish telecom regulator to base deregulation proposal on an up-to-date market assessment
Commission calls on Polish telecom regulator to base deregulation proposal on an up-to-date market assessment
(08/02/2013) The European Commission has asked the Polish telecoms regulator (UKE) to withdraw its proposal to deregulate conditions under which other operators can access Polish telecom company Telekomunikacja Polska's (TP) broadband network in 11 communes of Poland. In the Commission's view, fully supported by the body of European Telecoms Regulators (BEREC), UKE's decision could have a negative effect on competition in Poland, and thus limit the offers available to consumers and businesses. This is the second time within the last six months that the Commission requests UKE to withdraw a proposal for regulation in this market.
Commission Press Room: IP/13/100