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Orange start up breaks 200k subscriber barrier


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Orange Armenia, the mobile start-up owned by France Telecom has passed the 200,000 subscriber mark less than three months after launching commercial services on 5 November 2009.
The company previously hit the 100,000 subscriber mark in early December. Commenting on the latest development, Orange Armenia CEO Bruno Duthoit said ‘Our goal is to improve our services and offer new solutions. The results surpassed our expectations by 10%.’

According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, Orange launched cellular services in the Republic of Armenia promising to provide mobile users across the country with ‘the quality of service and innovative offers that have become the hallmark of Orange's reputation worldwide’. The launch of the country’s third mobile operator – the market was previously a duopoly of VivaCell-MTS and ArmenTel (Beeline) – had been eagerly anticipated since Orange was awarded its licence on 19 November 2008.


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