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05Dec16 02:00 GNW Orange Belgium rolls out prepaid identification process in all Orange shops and via orange.be
15Nov16 10:00 GNW Orange Belgium launches Virtual Reality headset and application to make high-quality VR accessible for everyone
14Nov16 06:00 GNW Orange Belgium : As from 2017 Oranges 4G network will be ready for the Internet of Things
21Oct16 06:00 GNW Orange Belgium : Third quarter 2016 financial results
28Sep16 07:00 GNW Orange Belgium launches new range of subscriptions: more mobile data and call allowance and unlimited SMS
26Sep16 05:30 GNW Orange Belgium : New executive team for Orange Belgium, benefiting customer experience and fixed-mobile convergence
31Aug16 05:17 GNW Orange Belgium : Orange becomes main sponsor of the Belgian Lions, Belgian Cats and the Pro Basketball League
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New convergent offers and rebranding into Orange Belgium

  • 22 Jul 16

H1 revenues were stable yoy (+0.3%) but the mobile equipment sales (representing a little less than 10% of the global turnover) were down by 11%, with the decline in basic mobile phones sold and a joint offer at the high end. In H1, Orange Belgium generated mobile service revenues of €504.5m, a solid increase of 1.9% compared with the same period last year (i.e. +3.2% excluding the EU Roaming Regulation): the rapid adoption of 4G data usage and the increase in both the postpaid customer base and ARPU contributed substantially to this positive development and fully offset the negative impact of the new Roaming Regulation (operators should allow their customers to use the traffic units included in their national subscriptions also in Europe, taking a small surcharge on top of the national prices). EBITDA increased by 2.0% yoy to €145m as a result of both the positive trend in the top-line and its sustained focus on cost optimisation. Note, however, that the reversal of the 2015 Walloon pylon tax, recently ruled unconstitutional (€15m, corresponding to 10% of H1 EBITDA), contributed to offset the negative impact of EU roaming, the commercial launch of cable, and the one-off costs related to the rebranding. Q2 was indeed a pivotal moment with the nationwide launch of the Orange internet + TV offer in Belgium and the rebranding of Mobistar into Orange Belgium. The group has thus revised its EBITDA guidance for 2016 to €285-305m from €270-290m (both excluding cable costs). This corresponds to the reversal of provisions related to the Walloon pylon tax.