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List of bidders in the tender for live 1800 MHz Frequency licences

Six companies submitted their bids in the tender procedure announced by the President of the Office of Electronic Communications on 20 August 2012 for five 1800 MHz frequency reservations designed to provide mobile telecommunications services in the entire country.

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Announcement of the intention to start consultations on frequency assignments in the 1800 MHz band

The President of UKE has decided to collect initial opinions on the planned way of assigning frequencies in the 1800 MHz band and the content of two draft tender documents presented below.

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    The President of the Office of Electronic Communications (President of UKE) is the national regulatory authority for the market of telecommunications and postal services. The President of UKE is also the specialised authority in the area of equipment conformity assessment, including telecommunications terminal equipment and radio equipment.

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    Here you can find information about the most import ant international events, significant for the development of telecommunications and postal markets In Poland and for the statutory activity of the Office of Electronic Communications.
    International activity of the President of UKE consists of, inter alia, cooperation with the European Commission, other EU institutions and Regulatory Authorities of EU Member State. It includes also the cooperation within organizations of which UKE is a member, i.e. the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the Body for European Regulators of Electronic Communications (BEREC) and the European Committee for Postal Regulation (CERP).

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