France - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

Publication Overview

This report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in France’s telecommunications market. The report analyses the fixed-line, mobile and broadband sectors. Subjects include:

  • Market and industry analyses, trends and developments;
  • Facts, figures and statistics;
  • Industry and regulatory issues;
  • Infrastructure developments;
  • Major Players, Revenues, Subscribers, ARPU, MoU;
  • Mobile Voice and Data Markets;
  • Broadband (FttP, DSL, cable, wireless);
  • Mobile subscribers and ARPU;
  • Broadband market forecasts;
  • Government policies affecting the telecoms industry;
  • Market liberalisation and industry issues;
  • Telecoms operators – privatisation, IPOs, acquisitions, new licences;
  • Mobile technologies (GSM; 3G, HSPA, LTE, 5G).

Researcher:- Henry Lancaster
Current publication date:- October 2019 (18th Edition) 

Executive Summary

France looking for 5G auction enabling licensees to invest in infrastructure

France has the third largest telecoms market in Europe, worth about €31 billion annually. The incumbent telco Orange Group is one of the world’s major players with interests in markets across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The company is embarked on a multi-year investment program with an emphasis on fibre-based broadband and mobile infrastructure based on 5G. Despite market liberalisation, orange still dominates all sectors though increasing competition from a number of major players (notably Altice, Bouygues Telecom and Iliad) has gradually eroded this lead.

The mobile phone market, worth about €13 billion annually, is dominated by Orange, SFR Group (owned by Altice Group), Bouygues Telecom and Free Mobile. Services based on LTE have near universal coverage, while operators have undertaken extensive 5G trials and are looking to launch commercial services in the second half of 2020. This timing is being supported by the auction of spectrum in a range of bands.

Competition among the MNOs and a large number of MVNOs caused mobile services revenue to fall steadily until 2017, since when growth has been low but steady. Pressure on revenue has encouraged operators to look to convergence and bundled services, and so expand their offerings beyond mobile voice and data.

France also has one of the largest broadband subscriber bases in Europe. Growth in recent years has been bolstered by demand for high bandwidth services, which has prompted considerable investment in fibre infrastructure among telcos and regional governments. DSL still dominates the broadband market in terms of access lines, though the number of DSL lines is falling as customers are migrated to fibre infrastructure. Fibre deployments have grown substantially in recent years, with all of the major ISPs concentrating their investments in the platform with a view to promoting 1Gb/s services. There efforts have been encouraged by the regulator which is keen to see effective competition in fibre access.

This report assesses the key aspects of France’s telecom market, providing updated statistics on the country’s fixed network, an analysis of operator strategies, and a review of the key regulatory issues including the status of number portability, wholesaling and carrier preselection. The report also covers the mobile voice and data segments, including spectrum licensing and regulatory issues and profiles of the major players and MVNOs. In addition, the report analyses the fixed and fixed-wireless broadband markets, focussing on cable, DSL and the fast-developing FttP/C sectors. It reviews the strategies of the principal providers such as Orange, Iliad and Altice (SFR Group), and considers the regulatory status of LLU and access to fibre infrastructure. Subscriber forecasts to 2024 are provided for several market areas.

Key developments:

  • Iliad sells its French tower portfolio to help fund 5G rollout;
  • Orange stops promoting PSTN products;
  • Regulator approves 5G trial licences in the 26GHz band;
  • Altice increases footprint of its 1Gb/s FttP service;
  • DSL subscriber base continues to fall;
  • Success of fibre co-investment deals among operators
  • Orange partners with Ericsson and Nokia to develop a path to 5G, launches national LTE-M service;
  • Regulator to make 1.5GHz spectrum available for 5G by 2022;
  • MVNO market share increases to 11.1% of subscribers;
  • Report update includes the regulator's market data to June 2019, telcos' financial and operating data to Q2 2019, Telecom Maturity Index charts and analyses, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Orange, Iliad (Free, Free Mobile), Altice (SFR Group, Numéricable), Bouygues Telecom, Virgin Mobile, Omea Telecom

Henry Lancaster
October 2019

Table of Contents

  • Key statistics

  • Telecommunications market

    • Market analysis
    • Regional European Market Comparison
      • Europe Telecom Maturity Index by tier
      • TMI versus GDP
      • Mobile and mobile broadband penetration
      • Fixed versus mobile broadband penetration
  • Regulatory environment

    • History
    • National legal framework
    • France NumErique 2012
    • Regulatory authority
      • Communications and Postal Regulatory Authority (ARCEP)
    • Telecom sector liberalisation
      • Privatisation of Orange Group
      • Interconnect
      • Access
      • Number Portability (NP)
      • Carrier PreSelection (CPS)
  • Fixed network operators

    • Orange Group
      • Essentials 2020
    • Altice France
    • Free (Iliad)
    • Bouygues Telecom
  • Telecommunications infrastructure

    • National telecom network
    • International infrastructure
      • Submarine cable networks
      • Satellite networks
      • Cloud services
    • Smart infrastructure
      • Internet of Things (IoT)
      • Smart Cities
  • Broadband market

    • Introduction and statistical overview
      • Market analysis
      • Broadband statistics
      • Regulatory issues
    • Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks
    • Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks
    • Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks
      • Introduction
      • Statistics
      • Orange
      • Iliad (Free)
      • SFR Group
      • Bouygues Telecom
      • Municipal projects
      • Fibre network sharing
    • Other fixed broadband services
      • Broadband Powerline (BPL)
      • Fixed wireless (Wi-Fi and WiMAX)
  • Mobile communications

    • Market analysis
    • Mobile statistics
      • General statistics
    • Mobile infrastructure
      • 5G
      • 4G (LTE)
      • 3G
      • GSM
    • Machine-to-Machine (M2M)
    • Mobile voice
      • Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE)
    • Mobile data
      • Short Message Service (SMS)
      • Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
    • Mobile broadband
    • Regulatory issues
      • Spectrum regulations and spectrum auctions
      • Network sharing
      • Mobile termination rates (MTRs)
      • Roaming
      • Mobile Number Portability (MNP)
    • Major mobile operators
      • Orange
      • Altice France
      • Free Mobile
      • Bouygues Telecom
      • MVNOs
    • Mobile content and applications
      • m-payments
      • m-banking
  • Appendix – Historic data


List of Tables

  • Table 1 – Top Level Country Statistics and Telco Authorities - France – 2019 (e)
  • Table 2 – Development in telecom service investment – 2009 – 2018
  • Table 3 – Change in end-user traffic volume in minutes by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 4 – Percentage change in end-user traffic by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 5 – Decline in telecom market revenue, by sector – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 6 – Development of end-user fixed-line market revenue (telephony, broadband) – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 7 – Change in the proportion of telecom revenue by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 8 – Percentage change in end-user telecom market revenue – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 9 – End-user monthly bill by service – 2010 – 2019
  • Table 10 – Change in the number of fixed lines subscriptions by type – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 11 – Change in the number of unbundled and bitstream lines – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 12 – Decline in the number of Orange’s wholesale broadband lines – 2006 – 2019
  • Table 13 – Development of annual fixed number porting – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 14 – Change in the number of Orange’s customers by sector (France) – 2006 – 2019
  • Table 15 – Drop in the number of Orange’s retail voice lines – 2007 – 2019
  • Table 16 – Development of Orange Group’s financial data by sector – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 17 – Decline in Orange’s domestic revenue – 2007 – 2019
  • Table 18 – Change in Orange’s domestic telecom capex – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 19 – Change in the number of Orange’s retail and wholesale lines – 2006 – 2019
  • Table 20 – Growth in the number of SFR Group’s subscribers by type – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 21 – SFR Group financial data – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 22 – Change in SFR Group’s revenue by type – 2017 – 2019
  • Table 23 – SFR Group telecom capex – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 24 – Increase in Free’s revenue by segment – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 25 – Increase in the number of Free’s subscribers by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 26 – Change in the number of Bouygues Telecom’s subscribers by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 27 – Development of Bouygues Telecom’s financial data – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 28 – Change in the number of fixed-lines in service, and penetration – 2009 – 2024
  • Table 29 – Change in the proportion of fixed lines by technology – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 30 – Development of international internet bandwidth – 2009 – 2016
  • Table 31 – Change in the number of broadband subscribers by platform – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 32 – Growth in the number of fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2009 – 2024
  • Table 33 – Growth in the number of superfast broadband connections – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 34 – Increase in the number of superfast broadband connections (>100Mb/s) by platform – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 35 – Change in broadband penetration by technology – 2007 – 2018
  • Table 36 – Change in the number of superfast cable broadband subscriptions – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 37 – Decline in the number of DSL subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 38 – Drop in the number of Orange’s DSL subscriptions – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 39 – Development of Free’s broadband revenue – 2006 – 2019
  • Table 40 – Growth in the number of Free’s broadband subscriber base – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 41 – Free broadband subscriber ARPU – 2013 – 2019
  • Table 42 – Growth in the number of SFR’s broadband subscriber base, by type – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 43 – Increase in the number of SFR broadband homes passed – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 44 – Increase in the number of FttP equipped and passed buildings – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 45 – Increase in the number of FttP subscribers – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 46 – Increase in the number of Orange’s fibre subscribers and connected premises– 2006 – 2019
  • Table 47 – Increase in the number of Free’s fibre subscribers – 2015 – 2019
  • Table 48 – Increase in the number of Bouygues Telecom’s broadband and fibre subscribers – 2010 – 2019
  • Table 49 – FttP subscriptions via shared networks – 2015 – 2019
  • Table 50 – Developments in mobile retail revenue and network investment – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 51 – Development of investment in 3G and LTE infrastructure – 2013 – 2018
  • Table 52 – Decline in average monthly bill, ARPU - 2006 – 2019
  • Table 53 – Increase in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2019 – 2024
  • Table 54 – Increase in the number of active mobile subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 55 – Change in mobile market share of subscribers by MNO – 2016 – 2019
  • Table 56 – Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers (national, excl. M2M) – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 57 – Change in the proportion of prepaid versus contract subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 58 – Change in the number of active 3G and LTE subscribers – 2007 – 2019
  • Table 59 – Increase in the number of Free Mobile’s LTE subscribers – 2014 – 2019
  • Table 60 – Free Mobile average LTE data use – 2015 – 2019
  • Table 61 – 3G base stations in service by operator – October 2019
  • Table 62 – 2G base stations in service by operator – October 2019
  • Table 63 – Increase in the number of M2M cards in use – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 64 – Development of revenue from M2M cards – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 65 – Growth in mobile voice traffic – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 66 – Growth in mobile voice traffic in minutes by type (quarterly) – 2006 – 2019
  • Table 67 – Growth in annual mobile voice traffic by type – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 68 – Growth in mobile data traffic – 2008 – 2019
  • Table 69 – Growth in average mobile data traffic per LTE subscriber – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 70 – Increase in average mobile data traffic per mobile subscriber – 2011 – 2019
  • Table 71 – Change in SMS traffic volume (national) – 2004 – 2019
  • Table 72 – Decline in annual SMS traffic – 2003 – 2019
  • Table 73 – Growth in annual MMS traffic – 2003 – 2019
  • Table 74 – Growth in the number of active mobile broadband subscribers and penetration – 2009 – 2024
  • Table 75 – Change in the number of dedicated mobile broadband subscribers – 2007 – 2019
  • Table 76 – 2.6GHz spectrum results – Sep 2011
  • Table 77 – Growth in mobile roaming out voice traffic – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 78 – Change in the number of annual mobile numbers ported – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 79 – Change in the number of Orange’s mobile subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 80 – Decline in Orange’s ARPU and ARPO – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 81 – Change in Orange’s mobile-only revenue (new style) – 2016 – 2019
  • Table 82 – Change in Orange’s mobile customer churn – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 83 – Change in SFR’s mobile revenue (under Altice) – 2015 – 2019
  • Table 84 – Development of SFR’s subscriber base by type – 2006 – 2019
  • Table 85 – Growth in Free Mobile’s mobile subscriber base – 2012 – 2019
  • Table 86 – Growth in Free Mobile’s mobile revenue – 2012 – 2019
  • Table 87 – Growth in Bouygues Telecom’s mobile subscriber base – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 88 – Decline in Bouygues Telecom’s mobile ARPU – 2007 – 2019
  • Table 89 – Development of Bouygues Telecom’s financial data by type – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 90 – Orange MVNO subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Table 91 – Increase in the number of MNO and MVNO subscribers (metropolitan) – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 92 – Change in MVNO market share of subscribers (metropolitan) – 2005 – 2019
  • Table 93 – Historic - Telecom service investment – 2002 – 2009
  • Table 94 – Historic - End-user fixed-line market value – 2003 – 2009
  • Table 95 – Historic - Proportion of fixed lines by technology – 2004 – 2009
  • Table 96 – Historic - International internet bandwidth – 2000 – 2009
  • Table 97 – Historic - End-user traffic volume in minutes by sector – 2002 – 2099
  • Table 98 – Historic - End-user traffic growth by sector – 2002 – 2009
  • Table 99 – Historic – Change in end-user telecom market revenue – 2004 – 2009
  • Table 100 – Historic - Fixed lines subscriptions by type – 2003 – 2009
  • Table 101 – Historic - Unbundled and bitstream lines – 2002 – 2099
  • Table 102 – Historic - Indirect fixed line connections – 2006 – 2016
  • Table 103 – Historic - Dial-up internet subscribers – 2005 – 2015
  • Table 104 – Historic - Internet users and penetration rate – 1995 – 2015
  • Table 105 – Historic - Dial-up internet traffic – 2004 – 2014
  • Table 106 – Historic - Cable broadband subscribers – 2000 – 2017
  • Table 107 – Historic - DSL subscribers – 2000 – 2009
  • Table 108 – Historic - Broadband subscribers by platform – 2000 – 2009
  • Table 109 – Historic - Proportion of premises covered by superfast broadband networks – 2012 – 2017
  • Table 110 – Data market revenue by type (historic) – 2002 – 2012
  • Table 111 – Historic - Mobile retail revenue – 1998 – 2009
  • Table 112 – Historic - Mobile subscribers (national, old format incl. M2M) and penetration rate – 1999 – 2014
  • Table 113 – Historic - Annual mobile numbers ported – 2004 – 2009
  • Table 114 – Prepaid and contract subscribers (old format national, incl. M2M) – 2005 – 2014
  • Table 115 – Growth in Mobile voice traffic – 1998 – 2019
  • Table 116 – Historic - Mobile market share of subscribers by operator – 2005 – 2015
  • Table 117 – Historic - Proportion of prepaid versus contract subscribers – 1999 – 2009
  • Table 118 – Historic - Mobile interconnection revenue – 2003 – 2017
  • Table 119 – Historic - Mobile roaming out voice traffic – 2003 – 2009
  • Table 120 – Historic - Orange mobile revenue by type – 2011 – 2017

List of Charts

  • Chart 1 – Development in telecom service investment – 2009 – 2018
  • Chart 2 – Change in end-user traffic volume in minutes by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 3 – Percentage change in end-user traffic by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 4 – Decline in telecom market revenue, by sector – 2008 – 2019
  • Chart 5 – Development of end-user fixed-line market revenue (telephony, broadband) – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 6 – Change in the proportion of telecom revenue by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 7 – Change in the number of fixed lines subscriptions by type – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 8 – Europe Telecoms Maturity Index – Market Leaders (top tier)
  • Chart 9 – Europe Telecoms Maturity Index – Market Challengers (middle tier)
  • Chart 10 – Europe Telecoms Maturity Index – Market Emergents (bottom tier)
  • Chart 11 – Overall view - Telecoms Maturity Index vs GDP per Capita
  • Chart 12 – Europe - mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 13 – Scandinavia and Baltics: mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 14 – Northern Europe –mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 15 – Southern Europe mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 16 – Eastern Europe mobile subscriber penetration vs mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 17 – Scandinavia and Baltics fixed and mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 18 – Northern Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 19 – Southern Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 20 – Eastern Europe fixed and mobile broadband penetration
  • Chart 21 – Change in the number of unbundled and bitstream lines – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 22 – Decline in the number of Orange’s wholesale broadband lines – 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 23 – Development of annual fixed number porting – 2005 – 2019
  • Chart 24 – Change in the number of Orange’s customers by sector (France) – 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 25 – Drop in the number of Orange’s retail voice lines – 2007 – 2019
  • Chart 26 – Development of Orange Group’s financial data by sector – 2008 – 2019
  • Chart 27 – Decline in Orange’s domestic revenue – 2007 – 2019
  • Chart 28 – Change in the number of Orange’s retail and wholesale lines – 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 29 – Growth in the number of SFR Group’s subscribers by type – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 30 – SFR Group financial data – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 31 – Change in SFR Group’s revenue by type – 2017 – 2019
  • Chart 32 – Increase in Free’s revenue by segment – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 33 – Increase in the number of Free’s subscribers by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 34 – Change in the number of Bouygues Telecom’s subscribers by sector – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 35 – Development of Bouygues Telecom’s financial data – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 36 – Change in the number of fixed-lines in service, and penetration – 2009 – 2024
  • Chart 37 – Change in the proportion of fixed lines by technology – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 38 – Development of international internet bandwidth – 2009 – 2016
  • Chart 39 – Change in the number of broadband subscribers by platform – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 40 – Growth in the number of fixed broadband subscribers and penetration – 2009 – 2024
  • Chart 41 – Growth in the number of superfast broadband connections – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 42 – Increase in the number of superfast broadband connections (>100Mb/s) by platform – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 43 – Change in broadband penetration by technology – 2007 – 2018
  • Chart 44 – Change in the number of superfast cable broadband subscriptions – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 45 – Decline in the number of DSL subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 46 – Drop in the number of Orange’s DSL subscriptions – 2005 – 2019
  • Chart 47 – Development of Free’s broadband revenue – 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 48 – Growth in the number of Free’s broadband subscriber base – 2005 – 2019
  • Chart 49 – Growth in the number of SFR’s broadband subscriber base, by type – 2013 – 2019
  • Chart 50 – Increase in the number of SFR broadband homes passed – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 51 – Increase in the number of FttP equipped and passed buildings – 2008 – 2019
  • Chart 52 – Increase in the number of FttP subscribers – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 53 – Increase in the number of Orange’s fibre subscribers and connected premises– 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 54 – Increase in the number of Free’s fibre subscribers – 2015 – 2019
  • Chart 55 – Increase in the number of Bouygues Telecom’s broadband and fibre subscribers – 2010 – 2019
  • Chart 56 – Developments in mobile retail revenue and network investment – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 57 – Development of investment in 3G and LTE infrastructure – 2013 – 2018
  • Chart 58 – Decline in average monthly bill, ARPU - 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 59 – Increase in the number of mobile subscribers and penetration rate – 2019 – 2024
  • Chart 60 – Change in mobile market share of subscribers by MNO – 2016 – 2019
  • Chart 61 – Change in the number of prepaid and contract subscribers (national, excl. M2M) – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 62 – Change in the proportion of prepaid versus contract subscribers – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 63 – Change in the number of active 3G and LTE subscribers – 2007 – 2019
  • Chart 64 – Increase in the number of Free Mobile’s LTE subscribers – 2014 – 2019
  • Chart 65 – Increase in the number of M2M cards in use – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 66 – Development of revenue from M2M cards – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 67 – Growth in mobile voice traffic – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 68 – Growth in annual mobile voice traffic by type – 2008 – 2019
  • Chart 69 – Growth in mobile data traffic – 2008 – 2019
  • Chart 70 – Growth in average mobile data traffic per LTE subscriber – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 71 – Increase in average mobile data traffic per mobile subscriber – 2011 – 2019
  • Chart 72 – Change in SMS traffic volume (national) – 2004 – 2019
  • Chart 73 – Decline in annual SMS traffic – 2003 – 2019
  • Chart 74 – Growth in annual MMS traffic – 2003 – 2019
  • Chart 75 – Growth in the number of active mobile broadband subscribers and penetration – 2009 – 2024
  • Chart 76 – Change in the number of dedicated mobile broadband subscribers – 2007 – 2019
  • Chart 77 – Growth in mobile roaming out voice traffic – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 78 – Change in the number of annual mobile numbers ported – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 79 – Change in the number of Orange’s mobile subscribers (France) – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 80 – Decline in Orange’s ARPU and ARPO – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 81 – Change in Orange’s mobile-only revenue (new style) – 2016 – 2019
  • Chart 82 – Change in Orange’s mobile customer churn – 2009 – 2019
  • Chart 83 – Change in SFR’s mobile revenue (under Altice) – 2015 – 2019
  • Chart 84 – Development of SFR’s subscriber base by type – 2006 – 2019
  • Chart 85 – Growth in Free Mobile’s mobile subscriber base – 2012 – 2019
  • Chart 86 – Growth in Free Mobile’s mobile revenue – 2012 – 2019
  • Chart 87 – Growth in Bouygues Telecom’s mobile subscriber base – 2005 – 2019
  • Chart 88 – Decline in Bouygues Telecom’s mobile ARPU – 2007 – 2019
  • Chart 89 – Development of Bouygues Telecom’s financial data by type – 2005 – 2019
  • Chart 90 – Increase in the number of MNO and MVNO subscribers (metropolitan) – 2005 – 2019
  • Chart 91 – Change in MVNO market share of subscribers (metropolitan) – 2005 – 2019

List of Exhibits

  • Exhibit 1 – Generalised Market Characteristics by Market Segment
  • Exhibit 2 – Access and the local loop
  • Exhibit 3 – Principal FttP and FttC (FttLA) deployments
  • Exhibit 4 – 3G licensees
  • Exhibit 5 – Reassigned multi-spectrum holdings (900MHz) – 2021 – 2025
  • Exhibit 6 – Operating MVNOs and network provider

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