This week’s news in Free and Free Mobile: changes in Freebox TV, more bugs but also special offers for all new subscribers

This week's news in Free and Free Mobile: changes in Freebox TV, more bugs but also special offers for all new subscribers

Let’s go to the new arrivals of the week! We take stock of the latest Free and Free Mobile milestones. If you’ve missed the arrival of a new service or promotion in the last seven days, you’ll definitely get your hands on them here.


Free News


  • Freebox subscribers with TV by Canal: the TV channel Science & Vie is no longer included and is offered à la carte (€1.49/month). More information…
  • Free: The first official mobile account management application for Freebox subscribers takes shape with new features in the alpha version. The homepage has finally been redesigned. A tab “Invoices” appears as well as help to understand the invoice. The Settings section is now available. More information…
  • Free brings a new version of Oqee to the iPhones and Apple TVs of its Freebox subscribers. Operator fixed an issue that prevented opening some programs from grid view. Support for non-IPV6 connections has been improved, as has focus animations. More information…
  • Freebox Pop, Mini 4K and Apple TV: a new channel now available for free on Pluto TV, a channel dedicated to the children’s series “Charlotte aux Fraises”. More information…
  • Special Offers New Freebox and Free Mobile subscribers can benefit from a refund through iGraal, but you need to act fast. More information…
  • Freebox subscribers no longer have access to Oqee on Apple TV, the operator is on site. The error has been identified, it is a connection problem related to the “TV Provider”. More information…
  • After delays, Free continues to roll out its Freebox fiber subscriptions on the public initiative networks operated by SFR’s Xp Fiber. After Oise THD last month, Hérault Numérique and WiGard Fiber last week, it is RIP Tarn Fiber’s turn to welcome the operator’s FTTH offerings. This network currently includes 65,000 pluggable sockets from the 140,000 it will have by the end of 2023. Today, Free offers its fiber optic service to more than 48,000 households in more than 50 communities. More info…
  • Free updates its list of VoLTE and VoWiFi compatible smartphones. The Honor Magic 4 Pro, removed from compatible devices last June, is this time displayed in France and abroad as compatible with VoLTE but also with VoWiFi. The second notable change, Google Pixels ranging from Pixel 4a 5G to Pixel Pro and Pixel 6A are now compatible with VoLTE when roaming. More information…
  • After the removal of “Free Mobile – My Account”, Free offers another application for monitoring the usage of your mobile plan. Only available for Android, “Voicemail Free”, developed directly by the operator, allows you to easily consult and archive your voicemail messages, manage the greeting but also easily access your account and monitor your consumption. More information…
  • Are you one of the lucky ones? Free continues to deploy its 4G and 5G networks across the territory, but who’s right when it comes to the latest generation of mobile telephony? To find out, all you have to do is go to the coverage map that the operator provides on their website. The data shown has been updated to show the state of the free cellular network as of July 12, 2022 from information from June 1 previously. More information…

announcements of the week


  • 5G: Lagging behind, Free Mobile is slipping its competitors in Orange’s rear-view mirror this summer in deploying the 3.5GHz band SFR. Just 89 5G 3.5GHz sites were deployed for Xavier Niel’s operator in July, compared to more than 200 for each of its competitors. More information…
  • MyCanal finally finds a solution for Freebox Pop subscribers who have been denied access to the platform.“We inform you that this defect is due to the fact that your IFC (Free/CANAL+ identifier) ​​has changed (e.g. after moving house). To regain access to all your content, we invite you to declare your new IFC in the customer area via the “Hardware” / “Explain the change of my operator’s TV box” section, which will indicate the support. More information…

This article is from the Univers FreeBox website

Kaddouri Ismail

I am Ismail from Morocco, I work as a blogger and online marketer. I am also the founder of the “Mofid” site, in which I constantly publish many important articles in the field of technology, taking advantage of more than 5 years of experience working in the field. I focus on publishing in a group of areas, the most important of which are programming, e-marketing, digital currencies and freelance work.

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