May 26, 2017 3:44 AM ET

Communications Equipment

Company Overview of Orange Holding S.A.

Company Overview

Orange Holding S.A. constructs, maintains, and operates equipment, product, or service in the field of mobile electronic communications. Orange Holding S.A. was formerly known as Orange S.A. The company is based in Paris, France. The company has operations in the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Romania, Denmark, Slovakia, Thailand, the Ivory Coast, the Dominican Republic, Cameroon, the Netherlands, Botswana, and Madagascar. Orange Holding S.A. operates as a subsidiary of Orange.

6, Place d'Alleray

Paris,  75015

France

30,722 Employees

Phone:

33 1 44 44 22 22

Fax:

33 1 44 44 00 96

Key Executives for Orange Holding S.A.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 55
Chairman of Orange France and Chief Executive Officer of Orange France
Age: 57
Head of Investor Relations and Senior Vice President
Age: 60
Executive Vice President of Human Resources
Executive Vice President of International
Age: 62
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Orange Holding S.A. Key Developments

Orange Strikes Deal with France Trade Unions for 2.3% Average Increase in Wages

Orange said it has signed a wage agreement for France with the CFDT and FO trade union organizations, with an average wage increase of 2.3%.

Aire Networks to Switch Network from Orange to Telefonica

Aire Networks has reached a new mobile access agreement with Telefonica to replace its current network deal with Orange. The new deal will allow Aire Networks to become a full MVNO, offering more advanced and varied services such as multiSIM and data sharing at more competitive prices.

MasMovil Confirms Yoigo Switch to Orange Network

MasMovil has announced that it has reached an agreement for its Yoigo to use Orange's mobile network throughout Spain starting on 01 January 2017. News of the deal comes after Yoigo decided not to renew the three-year network-sharing agreement signed with Telefonica in July 2013, which is due to expire on 31 December. Under the terms of the national roaming and site sharing agreement, both Yoigo and MasMovil will have access to Orange's 4G network covering 85% of the Spanish territory from next year, with MasMovil able to install its own antennas on Orange-owned sites. MasMovil also confirmed reports that it had reached an agreement to use Orange's fibre-optic network in areas not reached by its own network.

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