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T-Mobile punters can now buy Orange broadband

(and not pay extra)

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Everything Everywhere is offering T-Mobile customers Orange home broadband for the same price as its ruddy-hued subscribers pay for it.

Prices start at £5, but punters will have to pay a £13.50 line rental fee on top of that.

And how fast will it be? Good question - even Orange doesn't appear to know the answer.

Orange's FAQ simply says the "exact speed you'll receive will depend on a number of factors, including the area you live in and how far you live from the telephone exchange", but it promises to "give you the fastest available".

T-Mobile tells its customers they'll get "fastest download speeds of up to 20 meg" falling to no more than "8 meg in non-Orange Broadband network areas".

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