|Current telecommunications operations|
Europe: Belgium | France (Sosh) | Luxembourg | Moldova | Poland | Romania (Communications10) | Slovakia | Spain (Amena | Jazztel | Simyo)
Middle East and Northern Africa: Morocco | Tunisia | Egypt | Jordan | Korek Telecom (Iraq)
Sub-Saharan Africa: Botswana | Burkina Faso1 | Cameroon | Central African Republic | Côte d'Ivoire | DR Congo | Equatorial Guinea, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau | Liberia | Madagascar | Mali | Niger | Senegal | Sierra Leone1
Premium television channels (France): OCS (Max | City | Choc | Géants | Go)
Film production: Orange Studio
Online bank: Orange Bank
IT and data services: Orange Business Services
Television channels (Romania): Orange Info | Orange Sport (1 | 2 | 3 | 4)10
Former subsidiaries and brand licensees
Armenia | Austria2 | Belgium (KPN Orange)3 | Dominican Republic4 | India5, 6 | Israel5 | Kenya | Mauritius | Netherlands7 | Switzerland (Liechtenstein) | Thailand8 | United Kingdom5, 9 | Telekom Info (TV channel, Romania)10
1Acquired from Bharti Airtel.
2Acquired by Hutchison Drei Austria and replaced by the Three brand.
3Joint venture with KPN. Sold to KPN after France Télécom acquired Mobistar.
4Acquired by Altice after merging with Tricom.
5Orange UK was originally owned by Hutchison Whampoa. The Orange brand was licensed in Israel and India by Hutchison Whampoa Limited.
6Acquired from Hutchison Whampoa by Vodafone. Now part of Vodafone Idea Limited.
7Merged with T-Mobile (Netherlands).
8Acquired by the Charoen Pokphand Group (True Corporation).
9Merged with T-Mobile UK to create EE. Orange S.A. and Deutsche Telekom hold stakes in BT, the current parent company of EE.
10Acquired from Telekom Romania.