France's three biggest mobile operators have signed up 1 million customers each to new superfast mobile services, although a hoped for boost in margins from such 4G technology looks unlikely to materialize because of a price war. In France, Orange, Vivendi's SFR, and Bouygues Telecom said on Thursday that they had reached the million customer mark – a target each carrier had separately set for the new year when they began racing to build the new networks in early 2013. Upstart player Iliad declined to say how many 4G customers it had attracted to its Free Mobile service.
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