EverythingEverywhere completes signal integration

EverythingEverywhere chief Olaf Swantee claims the operator now offers the best coverage in the UK, after completing a signal integration scheme.
 
The carrier completed the signal sharing project today, claiming the work means that customers of Orange and T-Mobile UK – the networks combined to form EverythingEverywhere – will be automatically routed onto the network with the strongest signal for the area they are in. The switchover will take place when a subscriber’s coverage falls to around one bar of signal.
 
“Smart signal sharing marks the completion of the Orange and T-Mobile signal integration project, which provides our 27.5 million customers with the widest 2G and 3G coverage available in Britain today,” Swantee says.

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