Mobile phone users currently using either the Orange or T-Mobile network may be pleased to hear the firms have now merged.

The integration of the two companies to form a new brand, named Everything Everywhere, was completed today (July 1st).

All staff and customers of the networks remain with the new, larger business that has said there will be no immediate changes to its operations, with both brand names remaining in use.

However, in the long term, it could improve its offering to mobile phone consumers, making subscription to an Everything Everywhere contract or pay-as-you-go deal a must-have.

"As the new leader in the industry, it is our aspiration to give our customers instant access to the world around them, to everything everywhere, through both of our brands, Orange and T-Mobile," says chief executive Tom Alexander.

The proposed merger between the two networks was granted final permission by the European Commission in early March, when initial integration measures began.

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