Over 22 million people in France now own a mobile telephone.

Par 16 mars 2000
Mots-clés : Digital Working, Europe

According to the figures which have just been published by the ART, 22,201,000 people held a subscription to one of the three French mobile phone operators on February 29th, i.e. a penetration rate ...

According to the figures which have just been published by the ART,
22,201,000 people held a subscription to one of the three French mobile
phone operators on February 29th, i.e. a penetration rate of 37 %
427 500 new subscribers joined in February.
France Télécom (Itinéris, Ola and Améris in the French Caribbean islands)
attracted 198,700 new subscribers, i.e. a total membership of 10,726,900
customers and a market share of 48,33 %.
Cegetel (SFR, SRR on Reunion island) attracted 121,100 new subscribers,
i.e. a total membership on February 29th of 7,920,300 customers and a
market share of 35,67 %.
Finally, with 107,700 new subscribers, Bouygues Télécom had a total
membership on February 29th of 3,553, 800 customers and a market share of
16 %.
It should be noted that on December 31st, 1999, France had 20,619,100
mobile phone users, i.e. a penetration rate of 34,3 %.
(Christine Weissrock - Atelier Paribas 16/03/2000)

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