Free (ISP)

Free is a French telecommunications company, subsidiary of Iliad, which provides internet, landline, IP television and mobile phone services to consumers in France. Its head office is in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.

It was the first company to offer a "triple play" service in France, through its self-produced singular Freebox set-top box. Free is a major innovation company in telecommunications. It claims to be the first company to have invented the box marketing concept in France, in reference to all the other French ISPs, who thereafter released "triple play" modems named to include the anglicism box as a suffix. These boxes provide comprehensive telecommunication services, such as high-speed internet, telephone and digital television packages, leading to Free becoming the world's number one IPTV provider, through almost systematic offering of IPTV to its subscriber and optimising it to be available on most landlines. The last version of the Freebox include a Blu-Ray disc player, an internet browser, a gaming experience with a gamepad and a wireless gyroscopic (with an accelerometer) remote-control. Free is recognized as the internet innovations driver in France, and as the driver of competitive ISP offers in France and in the 30 OECD countries.Developing its own 3G network as of 2012, Free becomes the 4th main mobile phone operator in France and revolutionized the French market with low prices, simplicity of its offer and unlimited calls from a mobile to mobile and mobile to landlines to numerous countries in the world including France.

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