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Free Mobile Surges in France Mobile Phone Market

by Neil Mawston | 9月 26, 2014

According to our Country Share Tracker (CST) service, the French mobile phone market dipped -5% annually in Q2 2014, due in part to local economic volatility. Among the hardware vendors, Samsung and Apple retained the top two spots, but both brands struggled in the face of hungry rivals. Local vendor Wiko continued to make impressive gains. Meanwhile, challenger-carrier, Free Mobile, continued to expand, and it is now one of the biggest operators for cellphones in France. This published report, available to clients, tracks mobile phone vendor marketshare at the 4 major French operators -- they are Orange, SFR, Bouygues Telecom and Free Mobile -- from Q1 2009 to Q2 2014. The report is an important tool for measuring the health of individual handset brands at the operator level.

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