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Orange is to shed up to 300 jobs at a mobile phones call centre in Bristol, although some staff could relocate to Plymouth or Darlington.
Orange is looking to expand its chain of 369 mobile phone stores with a further 20 outlets by the end of the year.
Orange is planning to expand its chain of 350 mobile phone stores to almost 400 this year, having appointed Cushman & Wakefield to find suitable sites.
Orange is in the process of recruiting 700 staff for its mobile phone call centres, including 250 in the south-west and 450 in the north-east.
Orange is to expand its chain of 250 mobile phone stores with 20 new sites by the end of the year.
Orange is planning to set up a training academy to improve the quality of its mobile phone sales staff.
Orange is to recruit 140 staff at its mobile phone call centre in Darlington over the coming weeks, as part of an ongoing programme to meet customer demand.
Orange is planning to expand its chain of mobile phone stores and improve its call centre operations, with the creation of 750 jobs over the next year.
Orange is planning to expand its chain of 215 mobile phone stores to 290 this year.
Orange is recruiting 500 staff for its mobile phone call centres in Darlington, Peterlee and North Tyneside, as part of an ongoing process to replace people who have left.
Orange has announced plans to invest a further £15m in the expansion of its mobile phone network in Northern Ireland over the next two years, which will involve 90 new transmitters.
Orange is planning to open four more mobile phone shops in Northern Ireland, with the creation of 30 jobs.
Orange is to relocate its London headquarters to a new building at Paddington Basin by the end of 2002, which will involve moving 100 staff.
Orange has started a recruitment campaign to find an additional 900 staff for its new call centre at the Cobalt Business Park on Tyneside.
Orange has acquired Ananova, the Press Association's new media division, for £95m, leaving PA to focus on the wholesale supply of news and information.
Orange is to create 60 new jobs in Northern Ireland this year, by opening five new mobile phone shops and expanding management and technical support.
Orange has announced plans to create a further 600 jobs at telecoms call centres in Peterlee and North Tyneside.
Orange is to be acquired by Mannesmann for £18bn, as part of the German group's strategy to become a major force in European telecoms.
Orange is to set up a customer call centre in Plymouth at a cost of £8m, with the creation of 1,100 jobs.
Orange is to create 2,000 jobs in the north-east by setting up call centres in Darlington, North Tyneside, and Peterlee, at a cost of £20m.
Orange is to recruit an extra 2,000 staff in the UK over the next two years to cope with rising demand for mobile phones, and is seeking to acquire more stakes in operators in mainland Europe.
Orange is to create 300 jobs at a new mobile phone call centre in Peterlee, East Durham.