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EE is planning to create 1,000 customer service jobs over the next two years, including 250 in Northern Ireland.

EE is planning to open 50 more mobile phone stores this year, with the creation of 350 jobs, but 76 former Orange and T-Mobile sites will close.

EE is looking to recruit 20 sales advisers at its Inverclyde-based mobile phones call centre.

EE is to create about 200 new jobs at its mobile phone call centre in Merthyr Tydfil and a further 100 jobs in Darlington and North Tyneside.

Everything Everywhere is planning to expand its call centre in Darlington with a new building and an unspecified number of jobs.

Everything Everywhere is to replace many of its Orange and T-Mobile stores with up to 700 EE branded stores, in order to support the launch of its new 4G mobile network.

Everything Everywhere is creating 42 new jobs at its T-Mobile call centre in Greenock.

Everything Everywhere is to invest £1.5bn in preparing for the nationwide introduction of 4G mobile technology, including the integration of the Orange and T-Mobile networks.

Everything Everywhere is planning to open 30 new mobile phone stores across the country this year, with the creation of 150 jobs.

Everything Everywhere is to open five pilot stores under its own name, in order to replace former T-mobile and Orange outlets.