international SPOTLIGHT

December 2007
CED;Dec2007, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p52
Trade Publication
The article profiles various broadband companies in 2007 in France. They included Canal+ Group with 10.4 million total subscribers and the largest satellite television provider; France Telecom Orange with 23.5 million fixed line, 6.3 million broadband, 1 million Voice Internet Protocol (VoIP) and 975,000 Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) subscribers; Iliad with 2.8 million total subscribers and Neuf Cegetel which is the second largest telecommunications company in the country.


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