Polish telecommunications regulator UKE has prepared a draft decision on the cost renewing licences for the 2,100 MHz spectrum, reports Telko.in. According to the proposal, P4, trading under the Play brand, will pay PLN 351.6 million; Orange Poland and Polkomtel, trading under the Plus brand, will spend PLN 351.6 million each; and T-Mobile Poland will pay PLN 340.0 million. The licences will be valid until the end of 2037.

The difference in the amounts is caused by the fact that the licence for Play will be valid longer by one day, and T-Mobile Poland submitted its application on the issue in 2020.

All the operators currently own 2×14.8 MHz blocks in this spectrum band, which is used for 5G, LTE and UMTS technologies.

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