The Everything Everywhere (EE) and T-Mobile brands are about to be dropped in favour of Orange, according to a Mobile Today report.
Everything Everywhere has refused to comment on its
Profits margins at France's largest telecoms operator France Telecom (FT) got knocked in the first quarter following the success of Iliad's Free Mobile and its low-cost offers. FT reported that its
Having gained several million customers since its launch in January, Free Mobile is now said to be steadily losing around 1,000 subscriber per week, according to a France Telecom executive. Number
KPN have hired JPMorgan Chase to auction its Belgian unit BASE, according to a report from Dow Jones Newswires, which cited an unnamed source close to the situation. While KPN denies that any
France Telecom CEO Stéphane Richard said the company's roaming deal to support Iliad's Free Mobile could now generate as much as €2 billion compared with the €1 billion originally
France Telecom is poised to assume almost full control of its Egyptian mobile venture, Mobinil, having agreed to buy the majority of the shares owned by local tycoon, Naguib Sawiris. The deal, which
Competition authorities are watchdogs on collusion among suppliers and purchasers, and market abuse by dominant entities. The EU's competition authority has recently indicated concerns with regard to
Bouygues Telecom and France Telecom will launch trial LTE networks in June in a bid to differentiate themselves from low-cost offers from rival Free Mobile. Bouygues Telecom says it will reconfigure
The disruptive French operator Free Mobile has attracted at least 2.2 million subscribers since it launched in early January, according to a claim from claims Bouygues Telecom CEO Olivier Roussat.
The turmoil caused by the launch of Free Mobile within the French market could lead to mobile operators reducing their workforce by as many as 10,000, says the country's telecoms regulator Arcep.