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|Area served||France, Réunion, Mayotte|
|Key people||Stéphane Roussel (CEO)|
|Products||Neufbox Evolution, SFR TV, Home by SFR, mobile phones|
|Services||Fixed internet, Mobile internet, Mobile telephony, Landline telephony, IP television|
|Operating income||€12,183 billion (2011)|
|Net income||€2,472 billion (2010)|
SFR (an orphan acronym of Société française de radiotéléphone) is a French telecommunications company. It provides services for mobile phone, landline, internet, IP television and mobile internet to consumers and businesses. As of 2012, it has 21 million customers, and provides 5 million households with high-speed internet access. It also offers services on the island of Réunion through SRR (Société Réunionnaise du Radiotéléphone) although the company is branded as SFR Réunion. SFR also has operations in Mayotte.
SFR is fully owned by French conglomerate Vivendi. The SFR mobile phone network infrastructure was built by Vodafone, who previously had a 44% share in SFR until April 2011 when it sold the entire share back to Vivendi.
Vivendi announced sometime about March 2014 that it planned to sell its SFR division. On 14 March it announced that it would enter exclusive negotiations with Altice Numericable, to the exclusion of Bouygues and Free (ISP). Arnaud Montebourg, the French Minister for Industrial Renewal, provoked a storm when he stated that the Numericable-SFR deal was a certainty; Free lost 7.5% of its market value on that day.
- SFR corporate site
- SFR France
- SFR Reunion
- SFR Mayotte
- SFR Jeunes Talents - SFR's initiative to help promote and discover new talents on mobile and web