O2 offloads more s

Mobile operator O2 is flogging yet more retail stores in the UK, following its £30m acquisition of the Link chain earlier this year.

On Tuesday, O2 sold 46 stores to Orange for an undisclosed sum. The move follows last month’s sale of 95 locations to 3 UK.

O2 is understood to be keeping around 100 of the almost 300 stores bought from DSG International, the retail group behind Currys, PC World and the Link, giving it a UK retail presence of around 400 stores.

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