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Orange to Offer 4G Roaming in 11 Countries

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PARIS -- From the start of April, Orange 4G customers will be able to enjoy 4G roaming in 6 new countries: Belgium, Canada, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

Since 17 February, Orange 4G customers have already been able to use their 4G smartphones when travelling in Spain, Portugal, the UK, South Korea and the Netherlands.

To access the 4G network when abroad, customers must first sign up for a 4G offer in France and use compatible devices. 4G is available via the Origami Zen 500 Mb plan and the Origami Play, Origami Jet, Open Play, Open Jet, Let’s go 4G/H+ plans as well as via "commitment-free" 4G plans.

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