Late last week, French regulator ARCEP published the latest numbers for French FTTH. They’re not looking particularly sexy in terms of acquisition. Not that this comes as a surprise, considering how little marketing and sales action has been happening. However,
The French tech internet is abuzz with rumours that Free's upcoming mobile tariffs have been unveiled (apparently by some UBS analyst?) as stated here. I don't normally post on the basis of unconfirmed information, but while very aggressive, these
I haven't been very good at posting these last couples of weeks, for which I apologise. In case you're dying for some fiber news and more besides, here are a few links to satisfy your craving. I will make every
Early this week, Bouygues Telecom, the #3 mobile player in the French market announced that they would be offering triple play FTTB services starting Summer 2010. In 2009, Bouygues Telecom launched their triple-play BBox offering over ADSL over the remnants
Earlier this week, French regulator ARCEP released the most recent NGA numbers it has collected from the various players in the market. France currently has 50.000 homes subscribing to FTTH services and 180.000 homes subscribing to a HFC cable offer.