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Shaun Collins, managing director at CCS Insight, said Mr Swantee would give Everything Everywhere "fresh impetus", but expressed surprise that financial director Richard Moat — who has run telcos in Thailand and Denmark — was not promoted to the position. Telecoms analysts have questioned whether the merger has been carried out as smoothly as had been intended.
Alexander, who founded Virgin Mobile in 1998, has been at the forefront of Britain's mobile phone industry for more than a quarter of a century. The shareholders are understood to have told Everything Everywhere's management that they were no longer prepared to prop it up financially.
He will leave at the end of August.