The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has cleared the potential £12.5 billion sale of EE to BT. A provisional decision was announced in October last year.
It means that the BT/EE merger is now likely to be completed on 29th January.
EE is reported to be discontinuing its Orange and T-Mobile tariffs for new connections and upgrades, according to Mobile News.
Although existing customers can continue with their Orange and T-Mobile deals, they’ll now need to move to an EE tariff if they want to upgrade.
Last year AT&T, T‑Mobile and Verizon rolled out their Isis mobile payment service across the USA.
However, recent international news headlines have used the acronym ISIS to refer to a group of fighters in Syria and Iraq.
Ofcom has published the volume of complaints made against mobile phone network operators, fixed-line phone providers, broadband companies and pay TV services between January and March 2014.
It’s the regulator’s thirteenth quarterly report of complaint data.
Last week, Orange UK closed its online shop, online customer service and online account management, moving them all to the EE web site.
You might say the future is starting to look less bright for the Orange brand in the UK.