Multimedia Polska is beginning the integration of Stream, the service it provider it agreed to acquire last year, and says it has identified additional synergies from the merger.
The addition of Stream’s 99,000 subscribers to Multimedia Polska’s 728,000 as a result of the PLN153 million (€35 million) deal will give the operator a base of 827,000 or 1.668 million revenue-generating units, and 1.4 million homes passed, making it the country’s second largest operator.
Mulimedia Polska said it planned to offer its full range of services to Stream’s customers, including broadband speeds of up to 120Mbps and its full range of digital TV services.
Multimedia Polska president Andrzej Rogowski said the company had calculated it would not incur significant additional expenditure to upgrade Stream’s networks to offer its services.
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