Elsewhere in the CEE region, it had a combined total of 716,000 (650,000) in its Central European portfolio, which encompasses Romania, Slovakia and Moldova.
In Poland, the company saw the number of customers opting for FTTH reach 473,000 in Q3, gaining almost 40,000 in the quarter.
Its fibre network served a total of 141 towns as of the end of September.
Meanwhile, the convergent package Orange Love went from strength to strength, gaining 24,000 customers in Q3, 13% year-on-year.
All told, almost two-thirds (61%) of Orange home broadband customers opted for Orange Love, up from 55% a year earlier.
Convergent services were also the main driver for a 4.3% year-on-year increase of Orange Polska’s revenues in Q3.
In Orange’s Central European portfolio, the total number of FTTH and cable customers at the end of Q3 stood at 267,000, up from 211,000 a year earlier.
In Poland, Orange’s revenues in Q3 amounted to €665 million, up from €640 million a year earlier, while in Central Europe the corresponding figures were €452 million and €456 million respectively.