Poland is “on the last stretch” to implementing legal changes that will make it easier to develop the 5G network in the country, including the necessary infrastructure.
Marek Zagorski, the Polish Minister of Digitization: “We are on the last stretch when it comes to the amendment of the Telecommunications Law, which is to provide frequencies for the 5G network”.
The Polish Digitization Ministry is currently working on a so-called “mega-law”, which aims to simplify investment procedures for the construction of telecommunications infrastructure. It is also set to harmonize acceptable electromagnetic field levels in order to allow for cost-effective 5G development.
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