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to optimising the lifespan of electrical and electronic equipment, we aim to collect the equivalent in the volume of WEEE of 20% of all mobile phones sold in Africa and the Middle East as part of our Engage 2025 strategic plan. To date, the amount of waste in terms of

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How can you support Orange’s mobile recycling efforts? Did you know? The electronic devices we use every day represent half of the environmental impact of the ICT sector. Now more than ever, recycling mobile phones is an environmental imperative, and Orange plays its part. In particular in Africa, which

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of up to 2Gbps (10 times faster than ADSL) to support a host of digital services. Users enjoy a high quality experience, simultaneous uses (internet, telephone, television, streaming, gaming etc) without a loss of speed, faster reaction times (appreciated by gamers) and a stable signal that isn’t sensitive to

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with increases in capacity, aim to keep pace with the increase in uses linked to video and online services. Another example is PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network), deployed in many countries in the 1970s and still used by people with a conventional copper fixed line. This traditional analogue PSTN network

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01 September 2020. The mobile saga. In just 30 years, mobile phones have become integral to the lives of 7 billion people. Rarely has a technological innovation had such an impact. Personal, business and leisure uses are growing at such a rate that mobiles have left their mark on civilisation

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this, Orange Business Services has set up pilot projects. The first of these concerns the Multi Connect Business service which completes a range of business telephone services with IP offers. With tangible results: savings of around EUR 13,000, 2,500 hours of business travel avoided and a reduction in

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04 March 2019. The story of Orange innovation: always inclusive and open. The Orange Group has contributed to many of today’s everyday innovations: from fixed lines and mobile phones through to terrestrial, undersea, radio and satellite communications. Over the last century it has become increasingly easy to communicate and

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of digital energy consumption on the environment. Over the past 10 years, the Group has implemented solutions and services to give a second life to telephones and thus contribute to the preservation of the planet's resources. Orange has already collected 15 million phones worldwide. More informations. Our commitment is

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Let's talk about digital inclusion. For the last ten years, the term “digital inclusion” has become increasingly prominent in the discussions among major technology groups. From the first signs, more concrete actions have followed. Today, the term is talked about more broadly across telephony and the internet, and is

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our Spanish website Por un uso Love de la tecnología support digital users while highlighting the risks. Our recycling programs encourage customers to give their phones a second life. For example, the “re” initiative, which launched in 2020 to promote recycling, recovery and reconditioning, has accelerated mobile device trade-ins

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