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September 25, 2020
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Orange launches landline-mobile convergence services

+ The telecommunications operator is offering landline internet services through fibre optic at speeds of up to 1 Gbps and Wi-Fi router included, cable television with over 160 TV channels, including the HBO and Maxpack options, 20 percent discount for landline and cable television subscriptions

 

Last week, Orange launched in Romania fibre optic internet, landline phone and digital cable television services, thus becoming a convergent landline-mobile operator. The first clients who can choose the new Orange services are those living in Cluj-Napoca, Iasi and Timisoara, with the coverage set to expand to urban areas in the rest of the country by the end of the year.

Orange is thus expanding its portfolio of services and is offering clients full solutions through the newest technologies, both for the mobile and for home. With Orange Mobile, clients have at their disposal voice and internet services through the largest 4G network. The new Orange Home services offer clients fibre optic internet at speeds of up to 1 Gbps, digital cable or satellite television, landline voice services as well as solutions for monitoring and controlling the home while away.

“For 12 years, Orange Romania has been the clients’ top choice for mobile phone services, which is due, first of all, to the quality we are offering. Our ambition is to offer the same experience – quality, simplicity, advantageous and relevant offers – in using convergent services too, so that Orange would become their top choice for a whole range of telecom services,” Orange Romania CEO Liudmila Climoc stated.

In order to give clients the best experience possible and easy use of home services, Orange offers all those who choose convergent packages pro-active support from a dedicated Customer Service team. Thus, the day after installing the services, clients will be contacted in order to be given assistance by phone.

 

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