On Tuesday, at Cote-Mille, Orange Telephone and Digital introduced the installation of a 4G antenna as part of its “New Deal Mobile” program targeting low-speed areas. This antenna will, on the one hand, improve the coverage of the mobile 4G network, but also, and above all, it will provide high-speed Internet access along with a fixed 4G solution.
Note that this antenna will be shared between operators, soon by Free in particular. We know that today’s businesses or farmers, as well as individuals, have a vital need for fast internet. From now on, it will be possible to change the box to get a speed of up to 30-40Mbps, at a fixed cost. In Orange, the user can test the solution by adding an option to the ADSL box (+ € 10).
The final modifications were completed a few weeks ago, the antenna has been active since July, and is now fully operational. And according to some users, surfing the Internet is now already effective in Cote-Mail. Thus the deputy governor, Jean-Philippe Sitbon, emphasized his adherence to agility.
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