Polish triple-play service provider Netia has teamed up with local mobile provider P4 to deliver mobile services to its customers.
Netia chose to team up with P4, which operates the Play service, after several months of negotiations with both P4 and rival operator Polkomtel.
Netia CEO Adam Sawicki said that Play was “the most attractive partner” for Netia thanks to its attractive pricing packages and simple and flexible settlemet rules. He said that the deal would enable to Netia to offer attractive and innovative mobile services to both individual clients and companies.
Jacek Niewęgłowski, board member of P4, said that the partnership would strengthen his company’s position in the MVNO market.
The pair have been testing some joint products with customers for some time. Netia plans to present a range of converged solutions in the second half of this year.
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