On 28 October 2011, the Office of Electronic Communications concluded an agreement on behalf of the Polish communications administration with the communications administration of Ukraine concerning the principles of using frequencies in the 790-862 MHz band by the two countries (digital dividend).
Between 26 - 28 of October, the meeting of representatives of communications administrations of the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Slovakia and Ukraine was held, thanks to efforts made by the Polish Ministry of Infrastructure. Due to an expert nature of talks the Polish side was represented exclusively by experts from the Office of Electronic Communications.
As a result of the talks, on 28 October 2011 the Office of Electronic Communications concluded an agreement with the Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies performing on behalf of the Ukrainian communications administration. The agreement concerned the principles of using frequencies in the 790-862 MHz band by the two countries (digital dividend).
The Agreement lays down technical grounds and administrative procedures for coordination of frequencies from this band in border areas, which constitutes - after prior agreements concluded with the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus - another important milestone on the way to make the 800 MHz band available in Poland for the purposes of providing electronic communications services, including broadband Internet access.
The full version of the agreement is available in the attached file.