No French connection

By Barry Fox A FUTURE cellphone data service from Britain’s Orange network will not be accessible in France—despite the fact that Orange was last week acquired by France Telecom in a £25 billion deal. Orange confirmed last week that it will not be adopting General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), a fast Internet delivery format that the rest of the industry—including Orange’s new parent company—has embraced. Instead, it is pressing ahead with plans to use a different standard, called High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD),
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