back to article The future's bright for Virgin executives

Less than a month into the job and Orange boss Tom Alexander has lured three of his old muckers from Virgin to help him turn Orange UK into a competitive business. Andrew Ralston, Gerry McQuade, and Steven Day all used to work for Alexander at Virgin's MVNO, but have now switched to Orange with responsibility for operations, …

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Alien

The Future's Brighter in Orange Order....... ?

"Orange has been getting less profitable of late, so with Alexander at the helm we can expect some form of cost cutting, or squeezing more revenue from existing assets"

You could also expect a Migration of Assets to its Platform Structured Intelligence Vehicle ...... CyberSpace Vessel. ........ Flagship Galactica?

Game On, Sir Richard ........ XXXXCalibre Programming?

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@amanfrommars

i want to see you guest starring in an episode of BOFH!

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amanfrommars guest starring in an episode of BOFH...

...hopefully receiving the same fate as most of the Bosses.

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RE: @amanfrommars

Yay cameo!

Get to it el-reg!

PS. Why has the amanfrommars icon gone?

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RE: amanfrommars guest starring in an episode of BOFH...

Hell yea, I would even pay for that....

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Churn

Me: Hello Orange, esteemed mobile contract provider for the last 8 years.

Orange: Hi there, loyal and oh-so lucrative customer.

Me: Virgin have offered me a great deal.

Orange: Yes, it's very good isn't it, much better than ours.

Me: PAC code please. Bye bye.

Happened in December. Mr. Alexander will have to make changes.

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We all Live in Hope but it is a poor way to Live leaving things to others and undone

"..hopefully receiving the same fate as most of the Bosses."

I can assure you, AC, that third party hopes would have no part to Play if fate were to tangle with destiny.

You can be sure that Bosses would have every reason to worry though. :-) especially/but only if they were frauds and emperors in stolen clothes.

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@ AC

tsk tsk. now now.

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Or, maybe...

"Orange has been getting less profitable of late, so with Alexander at the helm we can expect some form of cost cutting, or squeezing more revenue from existing assets"

....or maybe they could do what Virgin do, and charge a fair price!

(actually, Orange used to do the Virgin tariff, but stopped doing it a good few years ago. Actually, I was quite annoyed at this, but mostly, I just switched to Virgin mobile and got the Virgin tariff from them!)

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