T-Mobile and Orange plan to boost Home Broadband Base

The leading mobile broadband provider operating in the United Kingdom, Everyting Everywhere has reported a plunge in its home broadband subscriber base in quarter four of 2010. This is the parent company of T-Mobile and Orange.

According to financial results that were published recently, home broadband subscriber numbers for the company fell from the third quarter’s 795,000 to quarter four’s 770,000, reflecting a decline by 25,000 customers.

Neverthless, the company has given that its plans to boost the broadband arm were well in progress with growth predicted in spite of the decline shown at the end of 2010.

Everything Everywhere claimed that in 2011, increased marketing and renewed sales would help it boost its customer growth starting right from the mid year point. Meanwhile, a corporate strategy of long term highlighted in September 2010 is also expected to help the growth of both Orange’s and T-Mobile’s customer bases.

Incidentally, a revenue growth of 1.5 per cent had been reported by Everything Everywhere for the nine months to 31 December 2010. Furthermore, the contract customers in the company’s mobile arm had grown by 33 per cent with 752,000 fresh customers.

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