Are you about to install a new line and broadband in France and is the speed going to be very slow? Or is your existing service too slow and unreliable for the ever increasing demands of these digital times? Have…
Technology in France
Useful facts and tips about the phone system in France…
Calling around the world at Christmas time is something of a tradition. Nothing beats the sound of the voice of a friend or loved one …
Many companies are now offering services to enable you to use your computer to speak to anyone in the world for free via your Internet connection. With a little coordination amongst your friends and family, it is very easy to set up…
One of the biggest concerns facing British expats living in France is the potential loss of Freesat (Freeview in the UK) television. Rumours have been spiralling since October last year that Freesat will become a thing of the past in France… There is an alternative though.
Moving to France or within it has all the same stresses as moving within the UK, as well as others, and with phones and broadband becoming ever more important this knowledgeable and informative book helps to simplify the whole process.
Many English-speaking are interested in watching British TV programs – and those those from the UK are keen to continue to watch their favourite shows. Find out what you need to do to get access to everything from BBC1 to the plethora of pay-to-view channels
Choosing who you use for important services when you relocate to France or purchase a second home is often done under pressure of time and the opportunity for making a poorly researched decision is high.
To get the most out of your broadband service, it helps to know how to troubleshoot problems and get repairs completed quickly. Set out below are two areas where a little knowledge can make a big difference to your enjoyment of your broadband service.
How do you make sure you get the best from the French telecom services? Read the first part of The Definitive Guide for the Everyday User by French telecoms and IT expert Bob Elliot
With more and more of us using social networking as a convenient means of keeping in touch with friends and family, UKTelecom’s Bob Elliott looks at the costs and processes involved in getting broadband in France
This short guide will help you get to know what each of the main French television channels has to offer and also provides an introduction to some of the most popular programmes currently shown in France.
The majority of people who have moved to France, or perhaps have a holiday home here, will want to be able to keep up with their English language television and radio. Here’s how…
More and more of us are turning to the Internet to save time and money in the shops, whether we’re looking to buy books, clothes or food. Here is some helpful vocabulary so you can make purchases from the comfort of your home in France.
Telephones are a must-have wherever you are. But when you live in France there’s the added complication of finding the best deal for calling home. Today there’s a wide choice of options – including those that make calls completely free.
Without doubt there are many wonderful things about living in France. One possible downside is the cost of keeping in touch with friends and family in other countries. Here, Bob Elliott of UK Telecom discusses how to minimise such costs, while ensuring a good service…
The time when there were few choices of companies to buy your telephone line and other services from has long passed, but with so many suppliers offering different deals it has never been harder to ensure that you have value for money. With the poor exchange rate and low levels of interest many peoples’ budgets are being squeezed and the search for good savings is more challenging than ever before.
Following the acquisition of Telecom Italia by the Iliad Group (trading as Free) late last year, 150 resellers have had to find a new provider for their customers. This has affected the English speaking expat market particularly hard, with many experiencing difficulties with the change to a new service.
What the problem could be and how to
France 24 is 24-hour news channel, an alternative perspective to the CNN and BBC World news channels.