Future isn't Orange, says man tasked with T-Mobile UK turnaround
"The other players in the British mobile phone sector reckon that five networks – O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone and 3 – are at least one too many and that consolidation is desperately needed in what is Europe's least profitable market.
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He still has his eyes on the iPhone and his team has been buying up devices in other European markets so it can offer them to customers thinking of defecting to O2, which has the phone under an exclusive deal in Britain.
There has been much talk of T-Mobile trying to do a deal with Apple to break O2's exclusivity, though Moat plays that down. But devices are just half the story.
Friday, August 7, 2009
The snippets are from a story about the situation in the UK.
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