Frequencies for Orange

If you ask the inhabitants of half of the world, what mobile operator they use, many of them will definitely answer Orange. Orange S.A. or formerly France Télécom S.A., is a French telecommunications corporation. The company started as a local operator in France, and extended up to global mobile network provider. It can boast of about 170,000 employees and 263 million clients worldwide.

Unfortunately, even Orange service is not so comprehensive. Many subscribers suffer from bad signal and dropped calls. Reasons may be different: some of them directly depend on operator, but there are some other reasons that are unique for many providers, not only for Orange network.

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Orange Frequency Bands

Being an international mobile provider, it’s evident that the carrier performs on all major frequency bands available. Here’s the list of supported frequencies for each network: 

2G/GSM Network – sends voice signal (calls, SMS, MMS)

  • 900MHz
  • 1800 MHz ​

GSM 900 MHz is a robust voice network frequency available both in and out of the city. Because of too busy mobile traffic in cities Orange just like the majority of mobile operators uses a second voice frequency GSM 1800. 

3G/UMTS Network – sends voice signal (calls, SMS, MMS) and mobile Internet data

  • 2100MHz
  • 900MH

Orange sends 3G data traditionally on 3G 2100 MHz. It’s is a high-range frequency predominantly used in urban areas. 3G 900 MHz is a much less typical 3G frequency propagating mostly out of the city where the number of cell towers is limited.

4G/LTE Network – sends high-speed mobile Internet data

  • 2600 MHz
  • 1800 MHz
  • 800 MHz

Orange announced 4G coverage of France in 2013 and then the company proceeded with propagating 4G over other countries. 4G data on LTE 2600 and 1800 MHz is basically available in highly built up urban areas, while country people often stayed out of coverage. As a solution Orange uses LTE 800 MHz frequency to cover areas out of the city.   

Orange Map

Orange is presented in 31 countries of the world. Here’s the list of countries where the operator works:

Armenia, Belgium, Botswana, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, France, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Moldova, Niger, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Tunisia, Uganda, Vanuatu.

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*Pay attention, that some frequency bands can differ according to your country and region. In order to be sure which bands prevail in the place you live, contact our Customer Care managers or Orange operator directly.