Orange and T-Mobile to stick their prices up for no good reason
Orange and T-Mobile are whacking their prices up again which means your monthly bill is going to make you angrier and more jaded than Justin Bieber.
The two networks, who merged under the EE umbrella, won't be letting anyone get out of their contracts without heavy penalty either. So basically, a lot of you will be paying more for a signal that's become increasingly patchy since they started mucking around with 4G.
"Due to inflation, which directly affects the costs of running our business, we've had to re-evaluate our prices and introduce an increase," said Orange with a straight face.
Orange customers will see a hike in price on 10th April while T-Mobile customers will get hit in the pocket on 9th May. And this is after both companies whacked their prices up just last year and if you try and get out of your contract, you'll have to pay the remainder (Ofcom are currently investigating this).
Meanwhile, O2 are currently courting everyone with the excellent Tu Go app. Are you Orange and T-Mobile customers jumping ship the first chance you get?