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Poland's fixed broadband market has benefited from excellent cross-platform competition, with comprehensive DSL infrastructure complemented by extensive cable networks and a growing fibre presence.
Commercial considerations meant that fibre was for some years restricted to a number of urban areas, though more recently the sector has received considerable financial support from the government and the European Union. This support is aimed at building fibre-based networks across the country (particularly in eastern areas) and promoting fibre connectivity to end-users. As a result, the proportion of broadband subscribers receiving a service of at least 100Mb/s has increased sharply in recent years.
Orange Poland dominates the fixed broadband market although regulatory measures have improved wholesale market access. Some market consolidation has continued with the acquisition by Liberty Global of the cable assets of Multimedia Polska.
This report profiles Poland's fixed broadband market, including a review of the key market players, statistics and technology platforms, and an assessment of recent market developments. It also includes forecasts to 2022.
- Vectra and Toya launch 1Gb/s FttP services
- Orange tests Fibre-to-the-Distribution-point (FttDp) technology
- Liberty Global acquires Multimedia's cable assets
- UPC launches 250Mb/s cable services
- Netia and Orange Poland head fibre-based consortia to extend broadband nationally
- national broadband infrastructure investment program completed
- report update includes the regulator's 2015 market data, State Statistics data to 2016, telcos' operating and financial data to Q4 2016, recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
- UPC Poland
- Orange Poland (Telekomunikacja Polska)
- Multimedia Polska
- Telefonia Dialog
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