Orange helps French low-income families with cheaper Livebox bundle

Friday 19 July 2019 | 15:59 CET | News
Orange announced the launch of 'Coup de Pouce Livebox', a new initiative that aims to fight the digital divide by offering low-income families a cheaper triple-play package. Eligible customers will be able to subscribe to a bundle of ADSL/fibre broadband, TV and telephony for EUR 19.99 per month (Livebox rental included), without minimum contract period. For those who need a computer, the operator is also giving the opportunity to purchase a reconditioned laptop for EUR 175, with an office software suite pre-installed.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Orange France
Countries: France
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