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Everything Everywhere will change its identity before the end of 2012 - but will NOT merge its Orange and T-Mobile brands, which will continue to confuse punters indefinitely. Orange and T-Mobile are, and will remain, consumer brands for Everything Everywhere, the UK's largest mobile operator. EE will announce a new moniker in …

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A late point

Lee Dowling:-

"And notice how ALL the BT companies contain the word - BT! So you at least carry your reputation forward and have an idea of who their parent company is, and can avoid as necessary (not so for "PlusNet", but that's another issue entirely)."

Most of the BT companies, you forgot Openreach.

Alan.

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"We Have All The 4G Ner Ner Ner"?

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How about...

Monopoly Mobile

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Brand? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Brand

4GetU

GUGU GUGU (4G4U, geddit, 4G for you? Ah fuhgeddaboutit, if you have to explain it, it sucks, right?)

4Geddaboudit

4GoodnessSakeIGotTheHippyHippyShakes

Dumbpipe And Proud

Forge

George

GeordieLaForge

Keith

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Re: Brand? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Brand

Keith is a good one.

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The Angry Bird Facilitation Company

There's even an orange angry bird now to use as their logo.

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Anonymous Coward

Obvious...

Something Sometimes.

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Anonymous Coward

"The Portable Cellular Telephonic Device Company, PLC". Rolls right off the tongue.

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Megaphone

No service + Orange + T-Mobile =

No-Mobile.

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Logo

A hand grabbing mobile data by the balls?

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I know, I know....

The very sad but this is what they came up with answer is "thirteen"

I know someone that works there and they had to sign a non-disclosure agreement when inside the UK, so we went outside they UK and they told me.

I did know the reasons were 2013 launch date and some others I have since forgotten.

Anon because they could tracke me...

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Re: I know, I know....

A nice lucky number too :)

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As they can't make their mind up on a name, how about.....

"QuestionMark" and the logo could be "?"

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Bullshit tax dodge

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Windows

OK, I'll have a shot...

Ubiquitous

Omniferous

G4G (G4, or Go for Gold) - I actually like that!

I think the first two could neither be understood, nor spelled by the average customer.

CC (Congealed Conglomerate)? Nah. Sounds like the end-result of a wet dream.

HEY!!! One brand name coming up for grabs really soon!!! NOKIA ! Oh, wait - what impression does that give? Maybe not.

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Sir, me Sir, I know, I know...

AYBABTU

All Your (cellular) Base (station)s Are Belong To Us

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How about..

Company Name

or

Nobody cares what we're called we just own it all anyway

or

ACME (my favourite)

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Well, it's got to have an X in the name because X is cool, it should also start with a small i because, no idea. Ideally it'll have a Z in there aswell because who uses Z these days? it's got to be cutting edge though which means it also has to start with an e- to show it's e-credentials so I suggest....

e-iZX which as you can see just rolls off the tongue.

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#Old McDonald had a farm, e, i.

hang on.

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Probably be....

It will probably end up some shit like; Duo or Dynamic Duo therefore leading to Borange and T-robile.

Maybe Tange? That'll be a good one for the cool kids.. "what network you on Chantelle? I'm on Tange babe, it's like well good". And they could get Amy Childs to front it or some other Essex great. Tange Wednesdays! I think I am on to something here.....

In fact, I submit.... Tange!

Paris... Well somes Tange up, vacuous shit.

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Simplez

Really Simple:-

TeamOrange

As a customer of theirs, they'll know where to send the cheque.

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Pekoe

Orange + T, clearly.

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Pint

It's in the Artilce...

Creative Concepts in Communications Retailing And Phones

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False Competition

"False Competition", because that's precisely what it is when a company sells the exact same thing under two different brands.

Or "Cartel Communications".

Or "4GFix".

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Why not call it Central United Network Traffic?

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EE-T-M-UK-O

Has a nice ring to it

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Some suggestions, and one silly one.

What-4

Mobile

Masters (they erect masts)

Mobile Masters

Us (join us! be happy with us!)

Interlinked

Onshore

Better (you can't beat us, we are better!)

The Best

The Spheres (music of...)

Intangible

Resurgent

Maxwell's mesh

Gridsquares (implying coverage)

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I'm late to the party

But I believe in the KISS principle, so;

The Mobile Phone Co.

Bland, unthreatening, and unimaginative at first glance, but showing their true aspirations to own it all. You know, like 'Word'.

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PSATT?

Poor Service All The Time.

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Keith or Dave

Please don't call it "Keith",

or "Dave" after Rodney,

as I would be compelled to purchase something from them.

I'd also pick "Je ne Regrette Rien" followed by "I can't get no satisfaction" and "why are we waiting" as their on hold music for customer services.

I wouldn't need a ringtone, as no service, no calls.

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Minge?

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Utelus

'cos we're buggered if we know.

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What ever next...

So we have Avodaphone

and NO2

We used to have One To None

and CellNot

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Blancmange

They can rehash some old ads then...

The futures bright, the futures Blancmange

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Anonymous Coward

how about

One-2-One

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G_C

Outsourced Telecommunication Services Ltd

Tuper Tel Ltd or Outsourced Telecommunication Services Ltd

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A-Team Telecomm

A-Team Telecomm

If you have a technical problem... and you can find them...

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Lets get proper retro ...

One 2 One is quite old, but lets get back in the 80s when hair was stupid and phones were larger Smart for2.

Mercury.

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