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4G – fourth generation of mobile technology, sometimes called LTE (Long Term Evolution)
Access Fee – revenues from monthly fee from New Tariff Plans (incl. Free minutes)
API – Application Program Interface
ARPU – Average Revenues per User
AUPU – Average Usage per User
BI – Business Intelligence
BSA – Bitstream Access Offer
CATV – Cable Television
CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access, second generation wireless mobile network used also as a wireless local loop for locations where cable access is not economically justified
DLA – Drop-Line Agnostic
EBITDA – Operating income + depreciation and amortisation + impairment of goodwill + impairment of non-current assets
F2M – Fixed to Mobile Calls
FBB – Fixed Broadband
FTE – Full time equivalent
FTTH – Fibre To The Home
FVNO – Fixed Virtual Network Operator
ICT – Information and Communication Technologies
ILD – International Calls
IP TV – TV over Internet Protocol
Liquidity Ratio – Cash and unused credit lines divided by debt to be repaid in the next 18 months
LLU – Local Loop Unbundling
LTE – Long Term Evolution, standard of data transmission on mobile networks (4G)
M2M – Machine to Machine, telemetry
MTR – Mobile Termination Rates
MVNO – Mobile Virtual Network Operator
Net Gearing – net gearing after hedging ratio = net debt after hedging / (net debt after hedging + shareholders’ equity)
Organic Cash Flow – Organic Cash Flow = Net cash provided by Operating Activities – (CAPEX + CAPEX payables) + proceeds from sale of assets
PoP – Point of Presence
RAN agreement – agreement on reciprocal use of radio access networks
RIO – Reference Interconnection Offer
SAC – Subscriber Acquisition Costs
SIMO – mobile SIM only offers without devices
SMP – Significant Market Power
SRC – Subscriber Retention Cost
UKE – Urząd Komunikacji Elektronicznej (Office of Electronic Communications)
UOKiK – Urząd Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów (Office for Competition and Consumer Protec-tion)
USO – Universal Service Obligation
VDSL – Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line
VHBB – Very high speed broadband, above 30 Mbps
VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol
WLL – Wireless Local Loop
WLR – Wholesale Line Rental
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