Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Orange France SA
Orange France SA was acquired by Orange Holding S.A. Orange France SA offers mobile telecommunication services. The company is based in Arcueil, France.
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Key Executives for Orange France SA
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Orange France SA Key Developments
Orange France Launches Huawei's Airbox Auto
May 25 15
Orange France announced it is offering the Huawei-developed and manufactured Airbox Auto under an exclusive agreement until the end of July. The Airbox Auto sells for EUR 44.90, after a EUR 30 reimbursement, to any Orange customers currently using a multi-Sim service or to new sign-ups until 8 July. The new product plugs into the cigar lighter, creates a Wi-Fi network inside the vehicle that can support up to 10 devices by connecting to Orange's fastest available mobile network. Orange France has also launched the 'Airbox Auto ready-so-surf' package costing EUR 79.90 with no contract commitment. It comes with 3 GB a month of mobile internet use over 6 months and can be topped up.
Orange France Adds TCM to Catch-Up, Opens Access to Game One
May 5 15
Orange France has launched TCM on-demand on its Orange TV service and is now offering unencrypted access to the Game One channel until 21 May 2015. TCM offers a choice of over 40 films in six different categories for 31 days after they air on the channel. The on-demand service will be available to customers whose TV packages include the TCM linear channel. It is also offered by CanalSat, Free, Numericable-SFR, and Bouygues Telecom.
Orange France Launches New Femtocell
Oct 29 14
Orange France has released a new version of its femtocell, which can be used by postpaid mobile customers with a 3G handset to make calls over the internet via a modem or home gateway from any provider with a least 1 Mbps broadband. The new femtocell provides up to 20 meter coverage and can be used by eight phones simultaneously. The product costs EUR 19.90 and no monthly subscription is required. Orangeinfo.fr writes that the operator's older femtocell product was able to connect four phones rather than eight.
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