Orange gives you access to about 60,000 hotspots in France and abroad to offer you the best coverage.
Orange continues to extend its Wi-Fi coverage in France and abroad thanks to agreements with other Wi-Fi networks.
At the beginning of 2005, Orange signed two new alliances with SNCF / CEGETEL and SFR, which strengthens the French agreements already in place : ADP telecom and Bouygues Télécom.
Then, Orange signed an alliance with Weroam and BT Openzone, extending its international coverage to 12,000 hotspots in 34 countries.
Since mai 19th 2005, Orange customers have access to 1500 BT Openzone hotspots, mainly located in the UK and in Ireland : passengers who transit by Gatwick and Heathrow airports or British Airways lounges, can now be connected to Orange's highspeed wireless Internet access.
For Orange customers, it's simple !
All Orange subscribers can easily connect by Wi-Fi in Wi-Fi partner's network hotspots.
Find out more about access conditions, prices, connexion guides :
Orange, member of Wireless Link,
the Wi-Fi operators association in France
Wireless Link aims to gather efforts of its members to offer the best Wi-Fi cover to all its customers, and to boost the use of Wi-Fi in piblic places in France.
Created in October 2003 by Orange, SFR and Bouygues Telecom, Wireless Link Association, initialy named WiFi Multi Operator, represents a total of more than 7000 operationnal hotspots in France, i.e 90% of the french network.
In June 2004, ADP Télécom, Naxos and Wifirst joined Wireless Link, and more recently All Telecom, Meteor Networks, SANEF et Visacom.
Orange, member of WBA, the Wi-Fi operators association in the world
The Wireless Broadband Alliance gathers the main Wi-Fi operators in 23 countries in Europe, the US and Asia i.e a total of more than 43,000 hotspots.
In this Alliance, Orange works to offer the best Wi-Fi coverage abroad to all its customers, and with the same access simplicity than that of Orange Wifi Access network.
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