Consumers who sell used phones may enjoy new network
1 July 2010 — 7:10 PM
Selling a used phone and signing up to a deal with the new network Everything Everywhere - owner of the Orange and T-Mobile brands - may be the best way to enjoy the latest mobile technology.
The new venture, which is the result of the merging of the two networks, has been officially integrated today (July 1st).
All employees of both the companies will now work for Everything Everywhere, which aims to deliver an unrivalled service to customers.
Tom Alexander, chief executive of the firm, says: "As the new leader in the industry, it is our aspiration to give our customers instant access to the world around them, to everything everywhere, through both of our brands, Orange and T-Mobile."
This could mean new and improved handsets, fast and reliable connection to the internet and affordable tariffs are all set to be offered to mobile phone users.
The European Commission confirmed in March that it was granting permission for the merger to take place.
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