Everything Everywhere – the parent company of mobile broadband providers Orange and T-Mobile – is progressing well, its Chief Executive has claimed.
Tom Alexander said the company has made major strides since launching last year, and has "significant momentum", specifically through its creation of the UK's first super-network.
He said the company remained "fully confident" of achieving its commercial and financial ambitions, based upon the strength of its two broadband brands.
Mr Alexander said that despite a "challenging" competitive and economic environment, the firm added 160,000 post-paid customers during the last quarter.
"It has been a second successive quarter of strong growth in T-Mobile's contract customer base, following our investment in the brand," he added.
According to latest company results, mobile service revenue increased by 1.6 per cent over the last three months, while customer churn fell from 1.5 per cent to 1.3 per cent.