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 Friday, 04 June 2010
Orange France has officially announced that it would upgrade some of its internet offers on 10 June. 'La Fibre', costing EUR 34.90 per month, includes unlimited telephony to fixed phones in mainland France, excluding premium numbers, overseas departement, some overseas territories and over 100 destinations, 1 hour of calls to mobiles in metropolitan France, up to 100 Mbps downstream internet speeds, and Orange TV, with over 100 channels, including 10 in HD and now 3D. 'La Fibre Plus', which costs an additional EUR 10 per month, includes simultaneous calls, the gigamail function and 16 extra channels. Orange will also add services and reduce prices on its ADSL triple-play subscriptions.
'Net Plus' plans, which do not include line rental, and 'Formule Plus', with line rental, allow customers to make unlimited calls to fixed numbers in mainland France (excluding premium numbers), overseas departements, some overseas territories and over 100 international destinations, plus 1 hour of calls to mobiles in mainland France, up to 20 Mbps internet access and Orange TV, with up to 100 channels in the basic package. The monthly price of Net Plus will be reduced from EUR 39.90 to EUR 34.90 and Formule Plus from EUR 34.90 to EUR 29.90. For another EUR 5 per month, Orange customers can take up the 'Cle 3G+' subscription, which offers 2 hours of internet connection via a 3G+ dongle or the Domino device, which allows users to share their 3G connection with up to 5 people simultaneously.
Source: TelecomPaper