Olympic Games: Orange is offering 5G service to all its customers, including Sosh, from June 3 to September 8

Olympic Games: Orange is offering 5G service to all its customers, including Sosh, from June 3 to September 8

On the occasion of the Olympic Games, Orange will offer 5G service to all its subscribers, including Sosh subscribers. Starting tomorrow, Monday, June 3, until September 8, all of the operator’s customers will benefit from the 5G service for free and automatically.

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“This offer is a way to celebrate this occasion and give our customers a taste of the convenience of using 5G.”Jean-François Valacher, General Manager of Orange France, announces… Parisian. Nearly half of the operator's 22 million customers are affected by the gesture.

The only requirement to enjoy it is to have a 5G compatible smartphone. At Apple, all models are compatible since the release of the iPhone 12 in 2020, including the iPhone SE 2022. If you do not want this free 5G network (it can slightly affect autonomy), you can deactivate it on your iPhone in Settings > Cellular data > Voice and data > 4G Or in your customer area. After September 8, the end date of the Paralympics, all customers of the cheaper offers will return to the 4G network.

This bonus is not only a way to encourage customers to subscribe to a 5G package, it will also ease congestion on the 4G bands at the Olympic stadiums where millions of spectators will gather. To meet this technical challenge, Orange, responsible for all communications for the event, installed more than ten temporary antennas in Paris and around fifty antennas in France. Other operators will also strengthen their network for the occasion.

Orange remains the operator with the most difficult to access 5G network. You must spend a minimum of €20.99 for the package Sush 5G 140 GB. Bouygues Communications And SFR It currently offers no-obligation 5G offers at €9.99 per month with around a hundred GB. As for free mobile, the 300GB 5G package costs €19.99 per month (or less expensive for Freebox subscribers).

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