Sellers of mobile phones may be wise to sign up to Orange or T-Mobile
7 October 2010 — 12:00 PM
People who choose to sell a mobile phone in the near future may find signing up to a replacement with either Orange or T-Mobile is a shrewd move.
This is because the firms, which recently merged to form Everything Everywhere, are now allowing the customers of each other to access their network.
The result of this is an increased range in which Orange and T-Mobile users can make calls and send text messages.
Although it is thought the shared network will not initially be strong enough to benefit mobile broadband use, it remains a possibility that an upgrade will allow this in the future.
Mobile users fed up with not being able to get signal in a particular place may be among the best placed to benefit from selling a used phone and joining Everything Everywhere.
Both companies stock the popular Apple iPhone 4, which was released in the UK in June.
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