Just like after the arrival in January 2012 of Free Mobile on the telecoms market – which then forced competitors to adapt their pricing policies, in particular with the development of entry-level offers – the competitors of Xavier Niel in turn draws.
Bouygues Télécom, the operator who has suffered the most since the arrival of Free, is the first, only two days later. The operator announced this morning that it would also offer 4G in its offer, without complex on the reasons which pushed it: “The recent movements of our competitors lead us to speak with a little advance” .
History to assert its advantage, and inflict a flick on Free, still subject to network problems, including on 3G, she specifies: “Bouygues Telecom’s 4G network covers more than 63% of the French population: 5,392 sites open and already active… compared to 700 announced by one of our competitors ”.
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