Orange deal may appeal to those who sell mobile phone
25 October 2010 — 12:01 PM
People who sell or recycle a mobile phone and subsequently turn their attention to securing a high-class replacement may be best off opting for a deal with the network Orange.
That is because it has been named as the winner of the Best Customer Service and Best High Street Retailer awards by a popular website.
Readers of Mobile Choice voted in the polls, recognising Orange for its impressive performance in these fields.
"We're proud to have been voted number one and will continue to improve, grow and evolve our service and retail operations to ensure that the experience we deliver our customers keeps getting better," says Tom Alexander, chief executive offer at Everything Everywhere.
The awards, which are in their tenth year, suggest Orange is better than most when it comes to keeping customers happy.
Everything Everywhere is the result of a merger between Orange and T-Mobile, with those signed up to either of the providers now able to access the signal and connections provided by both companies.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "Having a reliable network is extremely important if you want to be connected at all times. If you're going to upgrade, make sure you do your research. You could even try trading in your old phone for cash too."
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