Telekomunikacja Polska SA (TPS), the Polish unit of France Telecom SA (FTE), will present a three-year strategy in February next year, Chief Executive Officer Maciej Witucki told reporters today.
Poland’s biggest phone company, which today started offering all services under its parent company’s Orange name, sees no impact on earnings from the rebranding this year, Witucki said in Warsaw.
Telekomunikacja will pay a license fee of 1.6 percent from sales of rebranded operations, excluding wholesale services and a lower charge for its fixed-line retail business, according to a statement on March 29.
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