Affected by the departure of many customers (160 000 in the mobile and 61 000 in the fixed since January), the company of Xavier Niel wants to logically bounce back. For that, she has presented, via a keynote presented by her iconic boss on Tuesday 4 December 2018, two new box.
In addition to the Freebox One available for 29,99€ per month (for a year, and then 39,99€), it is especially its Freebox Delta that might have the effect wow searched. Available for 49,99€/month, it shows up on the paper nice assets. The first is the integration of Netflix without any additional cost. In the clear, we offer you a subscription… Essential, that is to say, the one which allows you to watch Netflix in standard definition (SD) on a single device at a time. Not the top, but clever enough to attract customers, just in time to slip our selection of 10 Christmas movies to watch before December 25th. Note that this also works for customers of the Freebox One to 29.99€. The perfect opportunity to go
Another advantage : the integration of voice assistant Alexa, to take control of the decoder to the voice. Its side (for those able to add 10€/month for 48 months… or 480€ in cash), you can count on one speaker signed by the French company Devialet. For those who may not yet benefit from fibre optic, aka “the grandmother of Cantal“, “Free” promises a hybrid network xDSL + 4G with a Wi-fi champion, which was presented as the fastest on the market and an ADSL internet connection for up to 10X faster.
Finally, the Freebox Delta will also include a press-service unlimited with The Kiosk, which gives you access to 1000 press titles on your smartphones, tablets & computers.
Not just a little proud of his ads, Xaviel Niel says that everything offers its box Delta would cost “thousands of euros if we wanted to buy everything there has” in it. Convinced ?
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.