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Polkomtel looks at partnering Polsat for LTE

29 Dec 2010

Polish mobile operator Polkomtel is looking at various options to launch LTE services, including partnering the Polsat group which holds 1800MHz band frequencies, the cellco’s CEO, Jaroslaw Bauc, told Rzeczpospolita, as reported by Telecompaper. Polkomtel is also preparing to take part in auctions for 2600MHz and 800MHz frequencies, Bauc added. Owner of Polsat, Zygmunt Solorz-Zak, recently confirmed that he is interested in investing in Polkomtel, following the latter’s domestic shareholders announcing that they are looking to exit.

Poland, Plus (Polkomtel, incl. Aero2)

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