T-Mobile UK and Orange UK are continuing their push towards unification of their networks, the so-called "big switch-on" plan. Now, the two carriers form Everything Everywhere, the biggest communications company in the UK, and are about to start sharing their 3G networks very soon.
That means if you're a customer of either carrier, you can use the other's 3G network to access the Internet at no extra charge or anything - in effect, it would be no different than using your home network.
The upside is that it will improve coverage and data speeds. The "big 3G switch-on" starts rolling out next week by regions and should complete in a few months.
T-Mobile UK and Orange UK already share their 2G networks - meaning calling and texting. A total of 1.7 million hours of calls have been made and 5 billion texts have been sent by people hooked up to the other network.
and my spelling is awful haha
its true they work on o2s lines and yet they have the cheek to undercut us price wise ! there a joke of a outfit, they intise people in with thousands of mins and txt wich 9 out of 10 people dont need ! there cust servive is a sham and is well docume...
lol your not bias by chance working for them