Poland’s four major mobile telecom operators, Orange Polska, T-Mobile Polska, P4 and Polkomtel, have largely complied with the EEA roam-like-at-home rule which came into effect June 15, but the solution need not be permanent, the daily Rzeczpospolita reports.
If the rule entails significant losses, a telecom can seek regulatory consent to charge higher fees.
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As many as 36 operators from a dozen or so countries have so far applied and 24 were granted approval, according to the daily’s findings.
The Polish regulator UKE would not disclose if domestic operators were among them, but telecoms have previously estimated potential losses at no less than PLN 200 million.