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Navigo Semaine - Definitive Word on Zones, Please

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I know this has been discussed before, but my French is bad, and the RATP site does not seem clear to me. This is on the site:

Le dézonage n’existe pas sur les Forfaits Navigo Semaine.

Does that have anything to do with the new zone system?

To further confuse me, this is the chart of fees:

http://sanderhome.com/navigo-semaine-price-chart.jpg

Is there something I'm missing? I understand that someone might opt for zones 2-3, 3-4, or 4-5 to save money, but why would anyone opt for 2-4, 2-5 or 3-5, when (it appears to me) that they can include all zones (1-5) for the same price?

Once again, my apologies for my inability to read all the deatils in French on the web page.

ssander

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