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Orange enters fixed-line market

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Orange plans to enter the fixed-line telephone market, the first move of its kind from a UK mobile phone group.

From April, the company will roll out the service to its business customers, but it has no plans yet to offer the service to domestic consumers.

Orange and internet group Wanadoo, both owned by France Telecom, will merge to offer bundled products.

Orange Landline for Business will offer firms with up to 250 staff a single bill for line rental and call charges.

The service will run over the network of Cable & Wireless, and Orange claims it will be 20% cheaper than the rival offering from BT.

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