On Twitter, Xavier Niel, boss of Free, violently tackles SFR

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On Twitter, Xavier Niel, the big boss of Free, tackled one of its competitors in mobile telephony, SFR.

Xavier Niel has been on a roll on social media lately. This Sunday, November 13, the French billionaire did not hesitate to openly attack the telephone operator, SFR, one of Free’s competitors on the market.

The company in the red square had tweeted on November 9: “Who remembers the feeling when we realized that we had not activated the wifi and that we were wasting our package at home?”. What the shareholder of Free retorted this Sunday: “Me, I remember when you charged 85 € for unlimited calls and SMS + 3 gigabytes of data”.

A shameless or bold act according to Twitter users. On the blue bird network, SFR’s community manager has not yet responded… and perhaps never will. Because since the arrival of Free on the mobile market ten years ago, competition has been fierce between mobile services.

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