I worked at OrangePros
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Orange in June 2008.Interview Details
Applied via email.
First call with HR lasted 15 minutes. Tested mostly English knowledge and asked few administrative questions. A formality.
Then had to prepare 2 case studies about 2 topics related to recent US market developments. Each case studies was to be completed by the next day.
Debriefing about the case studies on call with hiring manager and his boss: intense Q&A session. It is make or break time. This lasted 90 minutes
FInally another director will interview you (behavorial mostly).Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsFrance Telecom salary grid offers very limited flexibility while the benefits are already above average ( 401K, great medical coverage, 6 weeks vacation)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
- How France Telecom can act upon your analysis (from the case study) ? View Answer
France Telecom hopes it can do for telecommunications services what its countrymen have done for wine: make it the product of choice. The company provides fixed-line and wireless voice and data services, primarily through its Orange brand, to consumers and commercial clients. It serves about 190 million customers in 32 countries. France Telecom is a leading European wireless operator and broadband service provider, with about 130 million mobile customers and 13 million broadband subscribers. It also has 46 million wireline customers. The company's services for corporate...