T-Mobile and Orange customers now have access to each other's networks, for roaming between the two mobile phone carriers with the greatest coverage area in Great Britain for any single network.
Orange and T-Mobile users can now make calls and send text messages on each other's networks - with no extra cost attached. This is coming off the back of the newly merged companies, which now runs under the guise of Everything Everywhere - where they really are now Everywhere.
The 30 million users of the combined networks were invited to sign up to the program, in order to gain access to this offer earlier on this month at t-mobile.co.uk/share or orange.co.uk/share.
Orange and T-Mobile customers that signed up for the network share automatically switch over to the other carrier, if the signal is lost from their original provider.
Plans are under way where users of either carrier can automatically switch between the phone networks mid-call, on to whichever network has the strongest signal.
This was the first news to be made public after the two companies merged, where the mobile users on the separate networks can finally see the benefits of this combined deal.
Nothing has still been mentioned by either company about the data network sharing, which comes as no surprise as T-Mobile has a data-share in place with Three.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com