Benefit from T-Mobile-Orange 'super-network' by selling mobile phone
27 October 2010 — 6:44 PM
The joining of Orange and T-Mobile may persuade consumers who sell a mobile phone to sign up to one of the two when they secure a replacement device.
Since announcing their merger, the firms have agreed to allows each other's customers to access their network, resulting in stronger signal in more places for those in question.
It is thought approximately 1.35 million mobile phone users have benefited from this since the big switch-on, with 20 million extra texts being sent.
Tom Alexander, chief executive officer of Everything Everywhere, the organisation that was formed as part of the merger, says: "This is just the beginning of our hugely ambitious network plans and I'm delighted that we've enabled so many of our customers to make calls and send texts in more places."
Despite its promising start, Everything Everywhere is not stopping and aims to provide customers of Orange and T-Mobile with the best network in the country.
The firm recently noted it has enjoyed a surge in the number of customers on its books in recent times.
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