• http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1060687931 Terran Brown

    “There is of course still the option to get the traditional Orange and T-Mobile offerings as well as transferring across to EE.” – Good because theres been very little on this.

    On a side comment…. the colour scheme is soooo bland ( think BT Vans in the 90s with a reflective graphic so they could actually be seen )…..

  • Ronnie Whelan

    The grey frontage without posters makes it look like an empty unit. I’d probably walk straight past had it not been for this article!

  • http://twitter.com/TomkinsonR Tom Ranson

    I agree with Ronnie. I like the re-branding on the whole. It’s very modern and the POS stuff in the shop all looks good. The grey colour of the store though makes it fade into the background a little on the highstreet.

  • Anonymous

    I wandered into a store today – very cool! I was a bit taken aback by the poor deals on offer though! How can they possibly justify such low amounts of data on such a fast network?! With those speeds, you could download the paltry 500MB allowance in just over one minute!! What are they thinking? When I got my first 3G smartphone (with orange) in 2005, I had a 500MB allowance, and I paid £36 a month back then too if memory serves. Oh how far we’ve come in the past 7 years. Oh, that was for a 12 month contract though!!

    Seriously though, surely they could give you a few gigs at least. It’s so easy these days to burn through 500mb in a single day, let alone a month.

  • Moo Moo Head

    Interestingly, my local high street has a Orange and T-Mobile shop within a few meters of each other, although around a corner so not both on the same street, but both have been overhauled, which begs a question, do they need both same stores now, surely not, which can only mean one thing in the future, the one doing less well will be closed, so if your after any deal and you have two identical shops on your high street, then try to play them off each other?