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Signal Jammer Frequenies for France

Signal Jammer Frequenies for France

Wireless  communications in   France are well developped. The country is fully  covered with a GSM   service and 3G mobile internet. The fourth  generation of mobile   communications or 4G is spreading rather fast as  well. Also Wi-Fi   networks are pretty usual, you can find a free  hotspot in most of public   places, such as airports, hotels, libraries  and restaurants. You can   find a free Wi-Fi even in most of the parks  of Paris. France uses GSM   900/1800, the so called European GSM  standard and the most widely spread   frequency for 3G is 2100 MHz.


There are four major mobile   carriers  in France: Orange France, Boyges Telecom, SFR GSM and Free   Mobile. And  now we will tell about each one of them in particular. The   last one  appeared recently and made a whole revolution in French mobile    communications, because it provided subscription packages with 2 times    lower prices. Also if you are traveling to France you should know that    mobile service will be really cheaper if you have a credit card, which    is bound to your phone number. In that case carrier will take money  form   there directly and will provide a decent discount.

We will begin with Orange.   The  company started in 1999 and is was an English mobile carrier.  Now   it  has  20.7 million of active users and still grows. It has the best    coverage and a decent network quality. Despite the wide audience and    pretty solid image, that company suffered a couple of critical technical    issues in 2012, which resulted in poor reception of the majority of  the   users for a couple of hours. You can see their coverage map above  that   paragraph.


The next mobile carrier is   SFR GSM.  That service provider has the highest service quality and the   highest  prices as well. It is worth mentioning that all its users,   except  mini-package users are granted a free access to SFR Wi-Fi   hotspots,  which are widely spread, especially in big cities and provide   huge  data transmission speed. SFR GSM covers approximately 98% of French    territory with its own GSM network, you can see their coverage map    below.


Boyges Telecom is the last   of the old  French GSM service operators. It has a decent coverage and   netowork  quality, but despite all this it has rather small amount of   active  users. It is 11.7 millions. They specialize in mobile coverage,    wireless mobile Internet and IP Television. In 2009 that company was    forced to remove a couple of its base stations due to court's decision.    The company was sued due to the radiation of the 19-meters antenna.


And the last, but the most   promising  mobile carrier in France is Free. First of all they have the   best  prices, and that's why they've gathered a huge user's base, they've    got more than 5 million users in a year the company appeared in the    market. To be honest, they've cut the prices two times lower.  That    mobile carrier has no offices, you can order a Sim card only at their    website and also, your phone number is not bound to a SIM card. Free's    wireless coverage is still small, but it grows, you can see the map    below.


As a conclusion we can say   that  France has built a decent mobile communications network and the   prices  revolution, started by a Free carrier will have the best results   of  French smartphone users.