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Will the Orange and T-Mobile brands eventually cease to exist?

Will Orange and T-Mobile eventually cease to exist? Or is EE (Everything Everywhere) just the name for the 4G side of the business? It's quite confusing. One of my friends said he didn't realise EE and Everything Everywhere were the same thing, d'oh! ;)

Most Useful Answer matt101101  May. 16, 2013 at 17:12

Why do people sign up with Orange then? There seems little point paying more for the exact same service...

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matt101101 / MOD  May. 16, 2013 at 16:56

I don't know, tbh. I guess eventually they might get rid of T-Mobile and Orange, there seems little point keeping them both around indefinitely.

AhmadCentral  May. 16, 2013 at 17:02

At the moment it works like this.

EE (Parent Company)
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Orange (3G premium brand)
T-Mobile (3G budget brand)
EE4G (4G Exclusive brand)

What EE are trying to do is get a lot of their customers on T-Mo/Orange to sign up to EE4G before they even think about rebranding T-Mobile/Orange.

So they're all owned by the same company but they all sell slightly different products and services but they all have the same signal/core network. (well apart from 4G obviously).

Basically in the end the entire brands will fully be known as EE.

matt101101 / MOD  May. 16, 2013 at 17:12

Why do people sign up with Orange then? There seems little point paying more for the exact same service...

AhmadCentral  May. 16, 2013 at 17:25

Why do people sign up with Orange then? There seems little point paying more for the exact same service...

Existing customers (upgrades/loyalty), Orange Wednesdays, Orange swappables, Magic numbers, lower price on certain tariffs, better customer care (for existing customers), better insurance deals etc....

There are reasons for everything and the ones above are just some of the reasons.

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