Hackers accessed the names, email addresses and phone numbers of the customers.
According to the
Earlier this year, Orange was hacked and the personal data of 800,000 of its clients were stolen in a similar attack.
According to the report, Orange was not able to say whether the stolen data was encrypted, although the company has warned customers that the theft could be used to contact those concerned by email, SMS or phone, particularly for phishing purposes.
Customers have expressed their anger at the situation on the company's Facebook page and across
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