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Orange and T-mobile now using each others transmitters

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Call and text in even more places Now you can pick up a signal from both the Orange and T-Mobile networks in the UK which means that you can call and text in even more places. * Your pho…
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Call and text in even more places

Now you can pick up a signal from both the Orange and T-Mobile networks in the UK which means that you can call and text in even more places.

* Your phone will use T-Mobile signal if it doesn't pick up an Orange signal
* Your charges stay the same when you use T-Mobile signal
* Nothing else will change, you'll just get more network coverage
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Does it work the other way round
* Your phone will use an Orange signal if it doesn't pick up a T mobile signal?
#2
The signals switch automatically, but they are weak signals eg. if you are on Orange and there is no signal you might get a Tmobile signal , maybe a bar, but if you are Tmobile you get full bars. I think they still have teeting problems sorting the signals out...
#3
retiredcynic
Does it work the other way round
* Your phone will use an Orange signal if it doesn't pick up a T mobile signal?


Yes, each networks customers can now roam on the others network. You need to register on the website of which ever network you're on.
#4
welcome to 2 weeks ago!
#5
If you're on Orange the address is http://www.orange.co.uk/share and I suppose it'll be a similar address for T-Mobile.

I've had it a couple of weeks now.
#6
Think this is only for 2g is it not?
#7
Arent they owned by the same people now?
banned#8
Does anyone know if it covers 3's backup 2g network yet?
#9
Randa1
Arent they owned by the same people now?


They've merged, the new holding company is called Everything, Everywhere !
#10
Randa1
Arent they owned by the same people now?


Yes, a new company formed called "Everything Everywhere" Orange and T-Mobile are now products of EE.
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vibeone
Does anyone know if it covers 3's backup 2g network yet?


No, because 3g isn't covered. It's only voice and 2g.

Both Orange and T are still as is, and the agreement with 3 is with T not the new company. . .
#12
Yay, another thread about this

Anyone know if t-mobile users will get 241 films at any point?
#13
Does this work for virgin being that they use t-mobile?
banned#14
steve1221
vibeone
Does anyone know if it covers 3's backup 2g network yet?


No, because 3g isn't covered. It's only voice and 2g.

Both Orange and T are still as is, and the agreement with 3 is with T not the new company. . .


It's with O these days actually, but thanks for your help. Kinda helped make my mind up on something!
#15
sancho1983
Yay, another thread about this

Anyone know if t-mobile users will get 241 films at any point?


no
banned#16
Set this up last week on a trip to Portsmouth as I was getting lots of dropped signals on T Mobile. Orange never kicked in.

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