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O2 Vs Orange


Joseph Kerr

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Hello all.

I'm thinking about dragging myself intot he 21st century with a new mobile phone, one of these 3G/internet/wifi enabled phones, probably a Blackberry of some sort.

Anyway, I'm on O2 and would like to saty with them, but a friend of mine says Orange have better coverage for these internet phones.

Does anyone know, if I go with O2, will my internet experience be significantly slower with them?

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Joseph Kerr

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In fact if anyone wants to comment on the BlackBerry Pearl 3G...

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Joseph Kerr

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Just a weekend bump, I'll leave it after that.

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Border View

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Hi Joseph Kerr, your question is not quite clear.

Are you asking for suggestions regarding a new mobile phone or coverage by o2 or orange.

The type of phone will not make a lot of difference. You can use the same one with both providers. Reception for the phone is all down to coverage.

To check coverage for the areas you visit with your new phone go to each of the providers web sites and search for coverage using your post codes.

Good luck.

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