The UKE said that the new rules were “designed to meet the needs of telecommunications undertakings, while not interfering with the operation of infrastructure operators.” The watchdog has proposed creating a tool to be used by market players to calculate access fees to be charged to third parties to use their in-building networks.
The UKE claimed that its intention is “to promote co-investments, support the development and sharing of infrastructure as well as to ensure efficient cooperation among operators” and said that the draft decision would be a step towards implementing the goals of the EC’s Digital Agenda. The UKE said it may conduct a second round of consultations if necessary.
The new regulations will apply to cable operators Netia, UPC Polska, Multimedia Polska, Vectra, Inea and Toya.
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