Mobile phone consumers may be considering a trade-in of their current device in order to sign up to a deal with Orange, after the firm confirmed it will offer new handsets with the revolutionary Windows Phone 7 technology.

The first of these is the HTC 7 Mozart, which the network provider has exclusivity of, while it will also stock the Samsung Omnia 7 from later this month.

People who purchase a phone from Orange that runs on Windows 7 will enjoy instant access to a range of services from their handset and some of the best customer service on the market.

Tom Alexander, chief executive officer at the company, says it is now the “number one destination for customers wanting the latest high-end multimedia handsets”, adding the firm “can truly take these devices and this operating system to a new level”.

Orange has recently announced its customers will benefit from its merger with T-Mobile by being able to access the signal provided by both organisations.

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Posted by Ryan White

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