Everything Everywhere 'lost prepay users, but gained contracts'
If you've got a Mobile magazine subscription, you can read about the first nine months of Everything Everywhere's existence.
The company, which is a joint venture between mobile phone operators Orange and T-Mobile, saw its contract user base rise, but its prepay numbers drop, reports Mobile magazine.
There were 33 per cent more contract deals signed up to in the first nine months of the company's life, but 187,000 prepay users were lost in the last quarter of 2010, released data revealed.
Everything Everywhere chief executive officer Tom Alexander said: "2010 has been a year of achievement ... We continued the rapid integration of the new company, completing a companywide restructuring and maintained good commercial momentum throughout, with improved retention and growth on our contract customer base," reports Mobile magazine.
Orange and T-Mobile decided to merge their brands into one company nearly a year ago.
Their aim was to provide customers with the same service, innovation and value but with wider network coverage.
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Posted by Ben Broadhurst