Joint Stores to be opened across UK by T-Mobile and Orange

The two major mobile telecommunications providers operating in the United Kingdom; Orange and T-Mobile that had merged their operations in the country, apparently to counter competition, currently seems to be aiming at increasing customer service and customer choice levels by launching 6 dual-branded shops.

The prominent mobile networks that had joined together under the banner of Everything Everywhere have been reported to opening fresh high street business outlets in Dorchester, Weston-Super-Mare, Bridgend, Hertford, Palmers Green and Tooting.

It has also been announced that broadband services of Ornage would be promoted within the three stores of T-Mobile, while the services of T-Mobile would be offered in the three outlets of Orange. The windows of the outlets will vivdly display both brands, but with overall lead in individual stores being taken by the host service provider.

According to the retail business vice president at Everything Everwhere, Andrew Coull, the 720 strong retail foot print of the company formed the company’s heart. He commented that the company was really excited about its growth plans that could bear benefits for both dongle and fixed broadband customers.

Coull added that the dual-branded outlets ofEverthing Everywhere gave them an incredible opportunity of extending their reach into fresh areas, while more significantly giving even more choice to their customers in existing locations.

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