The first customer-facing fruit of the blockbuster Orange / T-Mobile merger over in Old Blighty becomes available next month, allowing customers of both carriers to roam on whichever network offers the best signal in their location. That's just the first change, though -- the combined venture, Everything Everywhere, is already touting mid-call automatic network switching and "enhanced data and internet coverage" that'll be coming next year. Together, Everything Everywhere accounts for around 30 million subscribers, which means there should be plenty of people enjoying the improved coverage -- at the cost of some amount of competition, of course.

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