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Internet service provider (ISP) Orange is set to re-launch its home broadband and phone packages, it has been reported.

According to, the firm – which recently merged with T-Mobile to form Everything Everywhere – will introduce a new range of broadband deals on September 15th.

Orange is to withdraw its existing four broadband packages, and replace them with three new variations, the news provider reported.

The move is potentially geared at boosting the flagging popularity of Orange's home broadband deals, which have shed customers in recent years.

Back in April, Orange abandoned its own faltering fixed-line broadband network and began using BT's internet infrastructure.

Bruno Duarte, Orange's Vice-President of Strategy, said the decision to invest millions of pounds in broadband technology around the UK had not paid off for the firm.

As a result, he said the ISP would be "fundamentally changing" what it was doing in terms of home broadband provision.

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