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French operator Free launches Freebox Pop triple-play bundle, revamps Delta package

2020-07-07 17:18:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Iliad's subsidiary Free has introduced its latest Freebox model (version 8), available with a new triple-play bundle priced EUR 39.99/month after the 12-month promotional offer (EUR 29.99/month). Named Freebox Pop, the 4K set-top-box (STB) runs on AndroidTV, supporting Google Assistant and Chromecast, and is compatible with Dolby Atmos. Round-shaped like the STB, the associated router features a MU-MIMO Wi-Fi chipset (Wi-Fi 5 standard), and comes with a separate booster for extended indoor coverage, which relies on multi-AP mesh Wi-Fi networking.


Orange appoints new CEOs for Belgium, Poland

2020-07-07 11:36:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Orange has appointed new CEOs for Belgium and Poland from 1 September, saying the move comes as the company renews its group executive committee.


AfriOne mobile phone, tablet and laptop factory ready to open soon in Angola

2020-07-07 10:41:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) The Angolan government says construction of a factory for mobile phones, tablets and laptops is close to completion and the plant should open in the near future. It is being built in the Special Economic Zone Luanda-Bengo in Viana in a project backed by Contec Global Group through its Afrione subsidiary and financed by a USD 2 billion credit line from the UAE.


Iliad inks deal with Open Fiber to launch Italian FTTH offer

2020-07-07 09:46:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Italian mobile operator Iliad Italia has announced an agreement with wholesale provider Open Fiber to launch a fixed broadband offer, confirming earlier reports. In a statement, the subsidiary of France's Iliad said it would use Open Fiber's gigabit FTTH network to reach up to 271 Italian cities by 2022. The low-cost operator previously hinted that it was keen to enter the fixed-line market to meet customer demand for convergent offers and increase ARPU as a means of supporting its ambitious investment strategy. CEO Benedetto Levi described the "strategic partnership" with Open Fiber as the first step in that direction.


Pexip takes over enterprise customers from Telenor associate Videonor

2020-07-07 09:19:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Video communications company Pexip has announced that it will take over video service provider Videonor's portfolio of enterprise customers. Telenor is an owner of Videonor as well as a channel partner of both Pexip and Videonor. The deal will raise Pexip's annual revenue by between USD 2 million and USD 3 million.


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