Mobile Tender in May

Poland will release a tender for mobile TV licences in the middle of May, according to the country’s Office of Electronic Communications (UKE), reports Broadband TV News.
The report goes on to say that the regulator is expected to reserve channel 38 in the UHF TV band for the DVB-H service, which is planned to be available in 31 towns and cities.
Polish mobile companies, Polkomtel, Centertel, PTC and P4 have already announced that they will work together on the introduction of DVB-H services, which they estimate will cost €100-200 million.
Main source: Broadband TV News
Item added: 8th April 2008