Mashed-up mobile operator Everything Everywhere is still losing money as it merges its Orange legacy systems with its T-Mobile systems, invests in its network and taps its foot impatiently for Ofcom's 4G nod. The UK mobe-and-broadband business is a joint venture between Deutsche Telekom and France Télécom, formed through the …
"Deutsche's Orange and France Télécom's T-Mobile networks."
Shouldn't that be the other way round?
Nah, the French sent in La Résistance Française but failed to notice the Germans getting their towels out at the same time.
Improving coverage...don't make me a laugh. I know loads of people who have actually lost all coverage as they've switched off masts.... i got out of my contract 6 months early because of this..
While they're waiting...
...why don't they finish their 2G network?
EE's effort ≥ O2's effort...
At least EE are putting decent effort into upgrading their network. O2's network has stayed mainly the same for the last 6 or 7 years, in the southwest at least. Much of the time I have no signal at all, let alone 3G...
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