Latest phones up for discussion at Orange facility
27 July 2009 — 10:51 AM
Orange has opened a new outlet in Monmouth, Wales, which may interest those shopping for the latest phones.
As the first of its kind in the UK, the network's new Community Store invites customers to pop in and speak to its team over a coffee about their needs - which could prove useful for those currently recycling used mobiles.
The network also confirmed this was just one change being made to its retailing structure that was designed to encourage innovation and better services for users.
Sian Doyle, head of retail at the group, said: "This means tailoring our services and products to meet customer needs - whether they are a tech-savvy teenager, a working mother or a pensioner."
The carrier recently unveiled a host of new additions to its range, including the business-focussed HTC Touch Pro2, the Toshiba TG01 smartphone and the limited edition LG Watch Phone.
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