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Orange has announced changes to its Personal Line service which provides two separate numbers and accounts for one phone.

The service is aimed at business customers and allows users to make calls and access the internet across two separate lines.

Each number has its own separate bill, which makes it easier for customers to keep work and personal communication separate.

Orange explained that the plan will negate the need for users to carry two different devices – one for personal use and one for work.

"It's good news for employers too; they pay for business-related calls only and there is no need to work out everyone's bill every month, thus enabling them to save administrative time and hassle, and help them stay competitive in the current economic climate," a statement from the company explained.

This is the latest Orange offer aimed specifically at corporate customers and follows the announcement of free mobile broadband services on certain BlackBerry packages.

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