The future is broadband

Orange has outlined its vision for delivering mobile broadband solutions to customers

Orange, the mobile arm of France Telecom, has outlined its vision for delivering mobile broadband solutions to customers and announced that, throughout 2005, it will be rolling out converged products and services across mobile, fixed-line and internet.

The company believes that this is the year when mobile broadband will come of age and Organ expects to see significant numbers of customers begin to explore next-generation services, enabled by mobile broadband.

The company regards itself as unique as being able to provide customers with solutions to connect every aspect of their personal and professional lives.

France Telecom, Wanadoo and Orange have also announced that they will be unveiling in the UK a brand new way to access 3G on the move and Wi-Fi in the home through a single data card, as an extension of the existing Business Everywhere solution for enterprises.

The Orange/Wanadoo data card will connect customers wherever they are to the fastest available service. In the home customers would connect via WiFi to the Wanadoo LiveBox that provides wireless broadband access anywhere in the house. Outside of the home, customers will automatically be connected to the Orange 2G/3G integrated network.

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