UPC Poland expands its services on Tauron networks

UPC Poland expands its services on Tauron networks

UPC Poland, the provider of triple-play services in Poland, has signed a deal with the Polish energy company Tauron on the use of Tauron's network for providing services to customers.

"Thanks to the cooperation with Tauron, super-fast fiber-optic internet, 4K TV and UPC mobile services will reach more than 100,000 people houses in 132 municipalities in the Lower Silesia, Silesia and Lesser Poland regions as a result of the deal," said Jaroslaw Helman, Ouf of Footprint Director.

"I am glad that with the cooperation with Tauron, our offer will be available to customers in other locations in Poland," he added.

In September, Liberty Global sold UPC Poland to Iliad’s Polish mobile subsidiary Play. In conjunction with the transaction, Liberty Global has agreed to provide Play with certain transitional services for a period of up to four years. These services principally will be comprised of network and information technology-related functions. Annual charges will depend upon the actual level of services required by Play.

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