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The logo of the Orange telecommunication and internet provider is pictured in Lausanne November 25, 2009.
Credit: Reuters/Denis Balibouse
Sun Oct 30, 2011 8:25am EDT
ZURICH (Reuters) - The head of internet, telephone and TV provider Cablecom said he was looking at all options when asked about whether his firm might buy mobile phone provider Orange Switzerland, a unit of France Telecom SA, a newspaper reported on Sunday.
Cablecom chief Eric Tveter told the newspaper SonntagsZeitung: "We're looking at all options. I'm not in a position to comment on a possible deal."
When asked whether he was interested, he said: "Yes, but my answer is: We're looking at all options."
France Telecom wants to sell its Swiss and Austrian operations, deals which could bring in some 2 billion euro ($2.83 billion) , according to analysts.
(Reporting by Catherine Bosley; Editing by Helen Massy-Beresford)
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