Register to use both T-Mobile and Orange Mobile Networks

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Really useful thanks i often don't get signal with t-mobile.

does it cost any more? if not good deal, but a thought it would happen automatically.

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does it cost any more? if not good deal, but a thought it would happen … does it cost any more? if not good deal, but a thought it would happen automatically.



It's a stop gap, as I understand it, until the networks are fully merged on a hardware level, the "other" network will appear as a roaming network, but WITHOUT any roaming charges.

So you have access to both networks but it won't be "seem" normal I suppose until we are used to it.

2011+ I imagine until proper integration.
Also using this registration process staggers the process nicely for them, also I suspect we're part of a large beta test for them to see how it goes practically.

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Forgot to say, if you do get problems with it, you can always turn off automatic network control and manually select T-Mobile or Orange, ie your main network, which it'll always find and not any other.

Just signed up with my Hero and Nokia5800

Get awful orange signal at home but then when it drops to nothing it switches to tmobile automatically. Fantastic! 4 or 5 bars of signal. I can actually use my phone at home haha!
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