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August 27, 2008

Orange re-launches broadband


by David Allen

As Orange UK prepare for a re-launch of their broadband service they have suffered a bit of a set back, with a report from the consumer people Which?, who have placed Orange broadband on their “Don’t Buy” list.

However, as Orange is offering this service for free, it would seem to be a bit of a contradiction from one of the parties.

Orange will be offering, from next month, the Orange UK broadband service for free to any new customers who sign up for a £35 per month mobile phone contract, in any of the Orange stores.

This broadband is going to be an up to 2 Mb connection, which is similar to the offer which they were running last year.

However they stopped the promotion because of the bad press that they were getting, fearing that it would damage the brand itself.

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