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Orange and TDF have signed an agreement whereby Orange will market its fibre plans on TDF’s fibre networks rolled out in so-called ‘Public Initiative’ areas in five departments of France, namely Val d’Oise, Les Yvelines, Indre-et-Loire, Loir-et-Cher and Maine-et-Loire. The agreement covers over 1,000 towns in low-density areas.

Orange can begin sales once it has connected its networks to those operated by TDF and TDF subsidiaries. Homes eligible to the Public Initiative networks operated by TDF will gradually be able to benefit from broadband fibre if they decide to sign up to a fibre deal. Starting in October, the Orange plans will be offered in Val d’Oise and Les Yvelines and very shortly thereafter in the Loire Valley and the Anjou region.

Orange Fibre is already available for 13.5 million business premises and homes throughout France and will gradually be rolled out to all territories where TDF operates, which are mostly rural.

Fabienne Dulac, Orange Deputy Group CEO and Orange France CEO, said: “Thanks to our deal with TDF, the inhabitants of Val d’Oise, Les Yvelines, Loir-et-Cher, Indre-et-Loire and Maine-et-Loire can soon enjoy all Orange Fibre deals and services. As such, we reaffirm our determination to give as many people as possible, both the general public and businesses, the chance to use optimum digital services everywhere.

Olivier Huart, TDF Group CEO, declared: “We are thrilled with our agreement with Orange, a longstanding partner of TDF. Orange’s packages will greatly enhance our services offering on all our fibre networks, while also benefiting the departments and regions of France that we serve”.