Univers Freebox deals with news about Free and telecoms and has always been a space where the community could express itself. Sometimes the answers are very funny, or very relevant, but we must delve into the comments to discover the good words of our readers. We then offer you our small selection in this “Best-Of”.
VoWiFi but not for everyone
VoWiFi is finally available on iPhone in a new update iOS 16.2 for subscribers to the Free Mobile 210 GB/unlimited package. However, not all iPhones are affected by this novelty and inevitably, some are disappointed not to have access to this technology…
The conflict between Orange and Arcep leaves you speechless
Internal disputes over the deployment of fiber and the price of unbundling. Orange has already brandished the threat of “heavy litigation” with Arcep on a subject while the latter has put it on notice to respect its commitments in the context of the number of sockets deployed in France. The sign of a new governance according to the president of Arcep, Laure de la Raudière. Each has his reproaches to address to the otherbut for some readers, opposing the regulator so head-on seems like a pretty bad sign.
Forgotten technology could be the solution to a government project
In the pipes for 2 years, a universal service at THD will see the light of day. The state announces the creation of a right to ensure an internet connection of at least 30 Mbits/s to all households. If some fear that unless we see the fiber deployed everywhere, this right will never be respected, others point the finger at certain alternatives.
The deployment of fiber continues to be the envy
The fiber runs along our roads, sometimes visible on poles but sometimes hidden underground. The infrastructure operator TDF has established a partnership with the civil engineering company OT Engineering to set up in the Loire Valley a new technique for burying fiber cables in an ecological way, compared to the traditional deployment of fiber. If we presented this technology to you through the video of the infrastructure operator, it generated some jealousy in the comments. This is an opportunity to remember: deployment schedules vary between RIPs! Compare with moderation.
The ultimate quality on smartphone streaming, is it worth it?
And if we go to a less good definition on Netflix, Disney+ and company ? Digital is one of the sectors in which the government could push for energy savings. The idea emerges from a simple fact: at peak times, 80% of fixed and mobile data traffic comes from streaming giants: Netflix, YouTube, Disney+ etc. By lowering the resolution, this could allow operators to save energy. And if some people protest at the idea of seeing their image deteriorate, others point to what could be considered an inconsistency: what is the use of a huge definition for a very small screen?
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