Something for nothing and people just like to moan. Availability of network just doubled and I still only pay £20 a month. Works for me.
For the first time ever, I was able to surf t'interweb on Wednesday morning in the "Throne Room" at work as my handset roamed onto T-Mobile UK (it even came with a congratulatory text message for my first domestic roaming experience).
As for the name, as a former Orange employee who witnessed the way France Telecom took over Orange plc (buying the company, floating it, then buying back the remainder) I think it's a safe bet that Everything Everywhere will be just plain old Orange PCS Limited within a few years.
France Telecom put in some cash and Orange UK, Deutsche Telekom threw in T-Mobile UK and had to borrow the cash from FT. So when the time comes to pay it back and D-T can't put in the readies, I reckon FT will just allow them to hand over their 50% of EE, therefore making it a wholly owned subsidiary again. As Orange is now the global brand for almost all FT operations (only sticking with the corporate France Telecom name at the behest of "le gouvernement de la République") it will once again become Orange in the UK.