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Orange's home broadband subscriber base held steady during the first three months of 2012.

The firm reported 713,000 fixed broadband customers at the end of March, the same number as at the end of December.

As such, Orange has now seen no growth or decline in its home broadband user base for three consecutive quarters.

The firm remains some way down on the 1,142,000 customers recorded in Q3 2007, but Orange has managed to halt the decline.

Olaf Swantee, Chief Executive of Everything Everywhere - the UK parent company of Orange - said the firm was seeing improved underlying service revenues, driven by rapid data revenue growth.

"We continue to make major strides improving our current network experience such as better signal sharing and faster 3G data services," he stated.

"We plan to start to introduce 4G LTE for the benefit of UK consumers and businesses by the end of the year, pending regulatory approval."

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