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Orange to use hybrid LTE/ADSL boxes from next year

Tuesday 2 February 2016 | 15:09 CET | News
Orange is working on hybrid LTE/ADSL equipment that will become available in 2017 to help bring broadband to rural areas, Orange France's director for the Southwest region, Vincent Boyer, told Sud-Ouest newspaper. Frandroid writes that telecom regulator Arcep requires operators to cover 40 percent of areas with low population densities with high-speed broadband (30+ Mbps) by January 2017, whereas Orange's network coverage is now 25 percent.

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Categories: Fixed / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange / Orange Business France / Orange Tunisia
Countries: France
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