Two mobiles, one number

Mobile phone operator Orange has introduced the Orange Single Number service to allow two separate mobile devices, such as a...

Mobile phone operator Orange has introduced the Orange Single Number service to allow two separate mobile devices, such as a mobile phone and a BlackBerry e-mail phone, to be connected via a single mobile number.

Orange said firms could reduce their line rental costs by using the system to consolidate two separate lines into one.

The simple system allows customers to direct calls to their preferred device by switching off the other device, so there is no need to swap SIMs or divert calls. 

Single Number users also need only have one voicemail box and receive a single airtime bill, including data usage.

There is a £30 set-up fee for the service, which costs £3 a month.

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