Mobile phone use in France has fallen in recent years, according to a survey by the French mobile phone company T-Mobile.
It is the first time that T-Mo has recorded a fall in the number of French users since its launch in 2015.
According to the survey, 3.7 million people use mobile phones in France, down from 4.2 million two years ago.
Mobile phone usage is down in some regions, but the number is still higher than the UK and Germany, where the figures are similar.
The French population has grown by 1.3 million since the survey was taken in 2014, according the T-MO survey.
T-Mobile says the decline is a result of the increased focus on mobile and video messaging in France.
“The majority of French consumers do not even use their phones, but instead use social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter,” T-Mob said in a statement.
This is why it is important for the French government to tackle the problem of mobile phone use. “
This was the case even in some key areas such as public transport.
In the next few years, the French authorities should also look to invest in new technologies and new services for our citizens, such as Wi-Fi and high-speed mobile internet access.””
We must continue to improve our mobile network and mobile data services and make it more flexible to offer the highest quality mobile data for all users.”
In the next few years, the French authorities should also look to invest in new technologies and new services for our citizens, such as Wi-Fi and high-speed mobile internet access.
“A mobile phone is the most fundamental and important communication tool for France.”
The study shows that the decline in mobile phone users in France can be attributed to the increasing focus on online communication.
According to a 2016 survey by France’s National Institute of Public Opinion and Opinion Research, 40% of people polled said they use their mobile phone for online communication, compared to 35% who use it for social media.
The T-mobile survey showed that in 2016, 45% of respondents said they used their phone for social networking.