Saturday, March 10, 2012

Free Mobile: two unions contest the results of ARCEP

Free Mobile announced results of ARCEP which confirmed last night that Free Mobile complies with its commitments in terms of minimum coverage of the population. Two unions present at Orange, SFR and Bouygues Telecom challenging the methodology used and therefore the results presented.
To test the network of Free Mobile, ARCEP has used one phone, as it has for several years and for all networks. It is not sufficient for these unions, however: you should use a "hedgehog", that is to say several phones that attempt to connect simultaneously to an antenna.

Challenging the method of ARCEP, as logically they challenge the results presented yesterday and is encamped on their position: Free Mobile does not ensure its role as operator of these unions.

We'll know perhaps more with the release of another survey, conducted this time by the National Frequency Agency (ANFr). The latter has one advantage: knowing how much Internet traffic that passes through the Free Mobile antennas and one that borrows the Orange network.

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