back to article Network upgrading punches Everything Everywhere in the wallet

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 …

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  1. batfastad
    Headmaster

    Error

    "Deutsche's Orange and France Télécom's T-Mobile networks."

    Shouldn't that be the other way round?

    1. chr0m4t1c

      Re: Error

      Nah, the French sent in La Résistance Française but failed to notice the Germans getting their towels out at the same time.

  2. Dave Jones

    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..

  3. Anon

    While they're waiting...

    ...why don't they finish their 2G network?

  4. Rawr.
    Thumb Up

    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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