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UPC Poland wants 20% of customers signed up for MVNO service

18 Feb 2020

Polish cableco UPC – part of the US-owned, UK-headquartered Liberty Global group – says it is aiming to have 20% of its cable user base subscribed to its mobile offering within three years. A report from Wirtualne Media cites UPC CEO Robert Redeleanu as saying that the firm will be focussing more on its MVNO business this year which is being relaunched in order to market converged service bundles to existing cable customers. The executive also said that UPC is looking to expand its 1Gbps fixed broadband footprint by signing more wholesale deals with fibre providers such as Orange and Nexera.

UPC had just 9,000 mobile customers at the end of 2019, alongside 1.23 million cable internet subscribers, 1.26 million TV users and 674,400 voice telephony customers. Its networks pass 3.55 million homes across Poland.

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