Orange SA, France’s biggest phone company, said it may be interested in entering Canada’s wireless market, including renting spectrum from other carriers.
Orange SA said it is considering cutting its holdings in Kenya and Uganda, potentially scaling back investments by the largest French phone carrier in Africa.
Orange SA said today that 1.3 million people had personal information stolen because of a breach in a technical platform, the second attack on the company this year.
France Telecom SA has completed its European portfolio review and has no plan to dispose of assets in Poland, spokesman Tom Wright said.
Yahoo! Inc.’s plan to buy a stake in France Telecom SA’s video site Dailymotion has stalled after a disagreement about the deal, according to the French government.
France Telecom SA is eyeing an expansion into Morocco as it considers spending as much as 7 billion euros ($9.1 billion) on African and Middle Eastern acquisitions.
Telecom Egypt Co. will have to pay 2.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($359 million) for a unified license giving the country’s landline monopoly the right to offer services over competitors’ mobile-phone networks.
"The mentality across the market has become digesting the 9-percent plus move we've had from the bottom."
- Tom Wright on Nov 11, 2014