Call termination in the T‑Mobile Polska S.A. network

Table 1. Call termination in the T‑Mobile Polska network
ItemService[in PLN/min.]
1. Call termination within the mobile public telephone network of T‑Mobile Polska 0,0429


The service fee for call termination in the T‑Mobile Polska network, not differentiated by the time and type of day, was determined by way of an administrative decision of the President of the Office of Electronic Communications No DART–SMP–6040-7/11(82) dated 14 December 2012. At the same time, it should be emphasised that regulations following from the SMP decision have no legal effect between the obliged mobile network operators and operators from outside the European Union.


Table 2. Activation of inter-network bundles
ItemActivation of inter-network bundles[in PLN]
1. Creation of a bundle 99
2. Removal of a bundle 99
3. Creation or removal of an E1 link in a bundle 50
4. Creation of a signalling link 60
5. Removal of a signalling link 50
6. Starting of a Point of Interconnection, measurements and commissioning 7903


Table 3. Use of inter-network bundles
ItemUse of inter-network bundlesPLN/month
1. Subscription fee for access to the T‑Mobile Polska Network (E1 port) 679
2. Subscription fee for access to the 64kbps signalling timeslot to the T‑Mobile Polska exchange 198


Table 4. Charges for the service of termination of SMS in the T‑Mobile Polska network.
1. Termination of SMS in the T‑Mobile Polska network 0.05



The fee due to T‑Mobile Polska for SMS termination service is equal to the product of the SMS text messages delivered to T‑Mobile Polska from the Mobile Network Operator and the rate specified in Table 4 (below).
The fees specified above do not include VAT.

Fees for the activities/processes related to the implementation of the Point of Interconnection in the Collocation Mode and the Transmission Link Lease Mode are defined individually.

An operator requesting the provision of telecommunications access must provide complete financial statements and legalization documents. Based on these documents, the financial credibility of the Operator is evaluated, and a decision is made about the need for a security deposit, the type of deposit and its amount.

To protect against claims arising from agreement concluded by T‑Mobile Polska for telecommunications access, the Operator, before the commercial launch of a Point of Interconnection, must present the financial securities specified above. The amount of securities is calculated based on the forecasted traffic transmitted by the inter-network E1 connections, the payment cycles and the applicable rates.

If there is a need to use more links, the amount of financial securities may be increased. The amount and form of the security submitted by the Operator may change depending on the traffic volume and timeliness of the payment by the Operator, and its financial condition.

In case of payment delays by the Operator, T‑Mobile Polska claims the right to block inter-network traffic. T‑Mobile Polska will provide notice in writing of this at least two weeks in advance.

This information does not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Civil Code provisions. The final rules detailing cooperation, billing, form and amount of the securities will be determined through negotiations taking into account the specifics of the selected telecommunications solutions and will be formalized by the signing of an agreement for network connection.
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