T-Mobile and Orange expanded cooperation in the sharing of radio access networks of both operators at a frequency of 800 MHz and 2600 MHz. As a result, we can expect an increase in data rates, network capacity and coverage.

T-Mobile and Orange SA Poland Poland SA signed an annex to the existing agreement from 2011 on telecommunications access in the use of radio access networks. So far the partnership has been extended frequency range of 800 MHz and 2600 MHz allocated at the last auction. The cooperation means that each operator will use only their frequency but is a mutual used in base stations of both operators to provide services in LTE technology with the use of these frequencies.

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From the point of view of the customer, this means a rapid increase in the capacity of the mobile Internet which will translate well to obtain higher speeds of data transmission services. Current LTE network T-Mobile reaches more than 98.5% of the population and over 88% of Polish. By expanding especially the latter value is corrected. T-Mobile Poland SA and Orange SA, Poland cooperate in the sharing of radio access networks from 2011. Under the agreement, the company NetWorks! It manages more than 10 000 base stations (each company has more than 5,000 stations) serving technology 2G / 3G / 4G. In addition, the two companies cooperate in sharing a frequency of 900 MHz to provide services in 3G technology and 1800 MHz LTE. Source: press information.