Disneyland Paris AND ORANGE have renewed their long partnership until 2027. The French telecommunications company remains one of the resort’s historic partners to this day, and has been since 1992. Formerly called France Telecomthe company allowed Disneyland Paris to thrive by taking care of all telecommunications essential to the success of the guests’ stay and the smooth operation of the Resort.
Already 30 years of partnership between Orange and Disneyland Paris
This went through the installation of telephone services in all seven hotels disney (more than 5800 rooms), the creation of an international call center capable of receiving more than 1.3 million calls per year and a secure internal communication network, which guarantees the permanent connection of Disneyland Paris. The French and European leader in telecommunications was prominently highlighted in 1001 ways during these decades, from the famous calling cards. Euro Disney Resort attraction sponsorship “it’s a small world” for several years (and his fame after the show “Le Monde en Chœur”) through the installation of 3G, 4G and then 5G terminals over time in the four corners of the complex.
Recently, this collaboration with ORANGE has created many exclusive and innovative experiences for its visitors Disneyland Paris and its customersORANGE were able to enjoy, in particular, virtual reality games and augmented reality applications, as well as events in flagship storesORANGE. This partnership is also reflected in the continued improvement of Wi-Fi and mobile network access throughout the destination, for the benefit of guests and Cast Members, as demonstrated by the recent integration of Wi-Fi hotspots into the network of young. Marvel Avengers Campusjointly designed by ORANGE AND Walt Disney Imagineering.
Technical knowledge ofORANGErelated to key and timeless stories of Disneyland Parishas led to the development of immersive digital experiences such as the ultimate app CelebrationQuestwhich takes visitors on an interactive treasure hunt through both Disney Parks to solve no less than 30 puzzles, discover well-kept secrets and unlock exclusive surprises. To date, more than 60,000 people have participated in this digital and immersive search, exclusively for Disneyland Paris. augmented reality app The Lost Artifact was another historic joint activation that invited over 15,000 visitors to experience Disney Hotel New York – Marvel Art in a unique and unprecedented way.
Laura AlbouyVice-President Business Strategy & Integration i Disneyland Paris say: ” More than ever, Disneyland Paris is looking to the future. Our partnership with ORANGE – a global brand dedicated to digital innovation and sustainability – perfectly embodies our ambitions. We are very excited to continue a collaboration that has benefited our visitors and Cast Members for the past 30 years, with even more opportunities to come. »
Gaelle Le Vu – Director of Communication and CSR iOrange France : “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Disneyland Paris, sharing our expertise and knowledge to help further enhance the guest experience across the destination. »
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