We would like to inform you that on 27 May 2013, Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa Spółka Akcyjna changed its name to T‑Mobile Polska Spółka Akcyjna. The short company name also changed, from: Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa S.A. to: T‑Mobile Polska S.A. Additionally, on 27 May 2013, the address of the company changed from: Al. Jerozolimskie 181, 02-222 Warszawa to ul. Marynarska 12, 02-674 Warszawa.
In particular, the aforementioned modifications shall be reflected in all agreements for the provision of telecommunications services and template agreements for the provision of telecommunications services that the company is a party to, or that are used by the company, without the need to sign an annex to individual agreements or fulfil any other formalities. The information on the above described changes does not provide any basis for amending the terms of agreements for the provision of telecommunications services and, consequently, it does not authorise the Subscriber to terminate the agreement concluded for a definite term without the obligation to pay damages (contractual penalty) due to return of the discount related to concluding this agreement.
All other details of the company, in particular the bank account numbers used until now, shall remain unchanged.
The purpose of the aforementioned change is to coordinate the name of the company with the main trademark of services offered by the company.
Please find enclosed a current copy of the excerpt from the National Court Register.
We also encourage you to read the answers to frequently asked questions:
What is the impact of the change of the company's name on binding agreements with customers? May the customer terminate the agreement?
Pursuant to the provisions of the Act – Telecommunications Law, a change of the name and address of the Operator does not constitute an amendment of the terms of agreements for the provision of telecommunications services and thus does not result in the right of the Subscriber to terminate the agreement concluded for a definite term without the obligation to pay damages (contractual penalty) due to return of the discount related to concluding this agreement.
Except for the name and address, will any other details of the Operator, material from the point of view of the ongoing implementation of the agreement, change?
No, such details will not change. In particular, all numbers of the Operator’s bank accounts will not change.
I am your business partner. What is the impact of the change of the company name and address on our agreement?
The company (currently T‑Mobile Polska S.A.) maintains its identity as a legal entity, which means that the same legal person has been and remains a party to the aforementioned agreement. The terms of agreements concluded between the company, vendors, business partners or subscribers do not change either. There is no need to conclude annexes to the agreements concluded by Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa S.A., unless explicitly required by a given agreement.
I use direct debit. Do I have to to make any changes due to the change of the company’s name?
The customer does not need to undertake any steps; the name and address will be changed by the bank.
Do I have to change the details if I use the defined transfer order function at the bank? What will happen if I fail to do so?
It is necessary to ensure that transfer orders include new details of the Operator. It could happen that the transfer described using the previous name of the Operator would not be processed by the bank.
What will happen to parcels delivered by mail, addressed using the previous details?
The Operator will be collecting parcels addressed to the previous address for 1 year following the introduction of the aforementioned changes. Subscribers as well as other business partners are notified of the change of the address, therefore, we assume that the previous address would actually cease to be used during this one year.