Tuesday, May 24, 2011

After moving the Post Office wants to make a bid for Internet access

The Post is preparing to launch an offer Internet access in 2012, said Tuesday, May 24 The Tribune. The day before, the company announced it was becoming mobile operator branded Post Mobile and had presented its products. The business daily quoted the CEO of the merged entity, Thierry Zemmour, that the Internet offers so-called "quadruple play" will "for 2012." The paper says such a logical step given the competition in this market and the need to include fixed telephony in an offer.

In terms of mobile telephony, The Post offers a range of competitive offers aggressive pricing, seven prepaid cards from 5 euros, four passes and blocked four packages unblocked at 10 euros without commitment, and four packages SMS and Internet all in "price round. By mid-July will also be available a social offer based on the principles of "social tariff mobile" set up in April by the government: a formula to 10 euros, offering a minimum of 40 minutes and 40 SMS communications.

"We return to our roots" To sell these new products, the public operator hopes to leverage its local network but provides no jobs in its offices to develop its new business. After the PTT (Posts, Telegraphs and Telephones), La Poste has a history in telephony. We return to our roots and we do not anyhow.

Our value added is our vast network of local, as well as our values and faith that inspire us, "said Jacques Rapoport, chief executive of the brand, introducing the new service in a post office in Paris. Implemented through a partnership with the operator SFR, which injected 98 million euros and provides technical support, supply Post Mobile is marketed since Monday in a hundred offices in France.

It will extend to two thousand by September. Recognizing embark on a market "difficult", the operator is between 2 and 2.5 million customers in five years, or 3% of the French market.

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