Orange presents strategic plan to 2020Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
Essentials2020, Orange’s new strategic plan
PARIS — Orange presented its new strategic plan to 2020 today, called “Essentials2020” building on the “Conquests 2015” plan launched in 2010.
In Spain, the Group will continue to expand its fiber network and its TV offering with the aim of doubling convergent revenues by 2018. The proposal to acquire Jazztel, which is currently being examined by the European Commission, will enable the Group to reinforce and accelerate this strategy that aims to reach 10 million connectable homes by the end of 2016.
In Belgium, a market characterized by strong cable coverage, Orange will test the use of this technology through the launch of a TV offering in 2015 that will be significantly different from existing market offerings.
The Group will build on the quality of its networks, particularly in very high-speed broadband, to develop uses and deliver what the customer wants by offering a multi-screen experience with richer content. This is already the case with the Group’s new TV interface, Polaris.
Thanks to the TV stick, which was recently launched in Romania and will soon be introduced to the French market – Orange customers can access Orange TV and related content at home simply by connecting the HDMI stick to their television sets.