French alternative mobile telecom company Coriolis Telecom has struck an agreement with transmission and infrastructure outfit TDF to commercialise its multi-play fixed and mobile offerings on TDF’s fibre networks.
Coriolis Telecom’s services will be available on TDF’s network s in the Val d’Oise from this month, followed by its networks in Yvelines, the Val de Loire and Maine-et-Loire.
Coriolis offers fixed-line services with or without TV. The company’s fibre offering with TV included starts at €35.99. An offering that includes Canal+’s services is available for €45.89, with premium add-on Canal+ packages available for between €5 – for Cine Series – and €25 – for Les Chaines Sport.
TDF said that the agreement confirmed its role as a neutral and open operator of fibre networks in the country’s less densely populated areas. Five French departments have turned to TDF for the deployment and commercialisation of fibre networks in less densely populated zones since 2017, with the company’s networks now connecting 700,000 homes and businesses.
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