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Orange: Time To Get Back In? - Seeking Alpha

Orange: Time To Get Back In? - Seeking Alpha | Orange Telecom-Connecting to customers through Social media | Scoop.it
Orange (ORAN), previously known as France Telecom, is the historical French telecommunications operator, and a telecommunications behemoth on the global stage. ... Orange covers a wide range of activities: e.g.
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More complaints on Orange Facebook fan page

Livebox

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the new livebox is not all so popular with fan because of connectivity issues.

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Jacob Sonny's comment, August 3, 2013 7:21 PM
They do not even respond to inquiries
Kofi Tossu's comment, August 3, 2013 10:14 PM
very true but the livebox is convenient. It also depends on your internet speed
Cynthia Gene's comment, August 5, 2013 11:26 AM
Orange is all about the money. and probably the worse service reps. I do like some their products though
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Orange France creates nationwide community Wi-Fi network | MuniWireless.com

Orange France creates nationwide community Wi-Fi network | MuniWireless.com | Orange Telecom-Connecting to customers through Social media | Scoop.it

I received an email last month from Orange France telling me that I will soon be able to take advantage of Wi-Fi everywhere in France and the Reunion island because I am a subscriber to their fiber-to-the-home service and in possession of an Orange Livebox Wi-Fi router that will soon be turned on to Wi-Fi sharing. Orange will allow me to turn off Wi-Fi sharing, but that would mean that I could not take advantage of other Orange subscribers’ networks.

 

This is the same model that FON followed many years ago when it sold FON access points to many people. Unfortunately, FON did not succeed in turning the world into a giant community Wi-Fi sharing network because the access points were not that easy to set up. I know many would-be Foneros who have FON Wi-Fi access points gathering dust in their cabinets. What the cable companies in the US have done (see Cable WiFi Alliance allows customers to roam on Wi-Fi networks) and what French operators and other carriers are doing, which FON failed to accomplish, is to make it automatic and therefore, terribly easy to share a Wi-Fi connection.

 

The Orange Wi-Fi service is already activated in our building: check out the networks visible on my Wi-Fi network list below. You see the network called “orange”. That is the Orange community Wi-Fi network that Orange subscribers can gain access to when they are away from their homes. Orange subscribers who turn off Wi-Fi sharing will not be able to use other people’s networks. I have seen the “orange” network everywhere in Paris and I’ve seen SFR’s and Free’s as well.

 

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Kofi Tossu's comment, August 3, 2013 10:14 PM
yep
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Why Orange's Dominance in Africa Forced Google To Pay For Traffic Over The Mobile Network - Forbes

Why Orange's Dominance in Africa Forced Google To Pay For Traffic Over The Mobile Network - Forbes | Orange Telecom-Connecting to customers through Social media | Scoop.it
During an interview on France's BFM Business TV, CEO of France Telecom-Orange Stephane Richard, talked briefly about the network's relationship with Google.

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France Telecom-Orange reports lacklustre Q1 numbers | Mobile ...

France Telecom-Orange reports lacklustre Q1 numbers | Mobile ... | Orange Telecom-Connecting to customers through Social media | Scoop.it
France Telecom-Orange announced mixed results for the first quarter of 2013, as the company faced tough competition and other challenges both in its home market and overseas.
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Orange UK (Orangeuk) on Twitter

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The latest from Orange UK (@Orangeuk). Profile open from Mon - Fri. For customer support please tweet @OrangeHelpers. Find the latest from Orange @OrangeUKnews and follow @OrangeFilm for movie news.
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Jacob Sonny's comment, August 3, 2013 10:20 PM
funny video
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EU Commission raids telecoms | CNN.com

EU Commission raids telecoms | CNN.com | Orange Telecom-Connecting to customers through Social media | Scoop.it

The European Commission has raided the offices of various telecom companies over concerns that the firms are violating antitrust rules.

 

The commission says it is looking into whether certain large telecoms offering Internet services have been abusing their dominant market position. A spokesman says Commission officials are searching through paper documents and e-mails in the offices.

 

The Commission refused to name any of the companies whose offices underwent "unannounced inspections." However, Orange, which recently changed its name from France Telecom, confirmed to CNNMoney that EU officials were still in the process of going through its offices.

 

Germany's Deutsche Telekom and Spain's Telefonica were also subject to the surprise investigations, according to reports. Neither company responded to a request for comment.

 

The Commission outlined how it was investigating potential issues with the way telecom companies worked with websites and content providers, potentially creating problems with how they connect to the Internet and offer various products and services to consumers.

 

"This service is crucial for the functioning of the Internet and for end users' ability to reach Internet content ... irrespective of the location of the provider," stated the Commission in a press release.

 

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France Telecom to be officially known as Orange by the end of next ...

France Telecom to be officially known as Orange by the end of next ... | Orange Telecom-Connecting to customers through Social media | Scoop.it
France Telecom will complete a long running process and become solely known as Orange from the end of next month, with its shares on the stock market reflecting the change (to ticker symbol ORA). The Orange brand is ...
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