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  Vodafone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vodafone is thus unable to use the Vodafone brand for its U.S. operations, and (perhaps more importantly) has no control of dividend policy at Verizon Wireless and is therefore entirely at the mercy of Verizon management with respect to cash flow from Verizon Wireless.
Vodafone has some large minority stakes, in particular in Verizon Wireless in the United States and SFR in France, which are not included in its consolidated turnover.
Vodafone's accounts for the years shown in the table below include a great number of material one off transactions, and apart from noting the rapid expansion of the group in the years covered, no conclusions about underlying trends should be drawn from the figures without examining the accounts in more detail.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vodafone   (3154 words)

 Vodafone Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vodafone Ireland, part of the Vodafone Group, is the largest mobile phone company in the Republic of Ireland, and was previously called Eircell.
In 2002, Eircell Vodafone was rebranded as Vodafone Ireland plc.
When Vodafone rebranded with their trademark shade of red, the tagline used was "Red is the new purple, Vodafone is the new name for Eircell".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vodafone_Ireland   (508 words)

 Vodafone verkoopt Japanse divisie
Vodafone KK was een blok aan het been van het Britse concern, dat er ondanks forse investeringen niet slaagde de winstgevendheid te vergroten.
Vodafone KK heeft in Japan een marktaandeel van 17 procent met 15 miljoen klanten.
De Japanse divisie van Vodafone boekte in de zes maanden tot september vorig jaar een bedrijfsresultaat van 423 miljoen pond, wat een daling betekende van 55 procent ten opzichte van de zelfde periode in het voorgaande jaar.
www.12move.nl /content/article/ofina/316531.htm   (218 words)

 BBC NEWS | Business | Record £14.9bn loss at Vodafone
Vodafone made a £14.9bn ($27.9bn) loss last year - a record for a UK firm - after it admitted some of its assets were worth less that it thought.
Vodafone's losses would total £21.8bn ($41bn) if the loss in value of its Japanese subsidiary, which it sold in March, were included.
Vodafone, whose global headquarters are situated in Newbury, Berkshire, warned earlier this year that its assets may be worth up to £28bn less than previously calculated.
news.bbc.co.uk /go/rss/-/1/hi/business/5028718.stm   (701 words)

 CNN.com - Vodafone may bid for AT&T Wireless - Feb. 2, 2004
The chief executive of Britain's Vodafone is believed to have told financial advisers to draft documents to try to persuade investors that a bid for AT&T Wireless is a good idea, The Observer newspaper reported Sunday.
Although Vodafone is regularly in contact with bankers about existing and possible new credit facilities, sources said the discussions were more focused than usual.
Vodafone Chief Executive Arun Sarin told reporters last week when releasing strong Christmas quarter subscription figures that he was watching developments in the United States, but that he would do nothing that would harm shareholders' best interests.
cnn.com /2004/BUSINESS/02/02/vodafone.att.reut/index.html   (307 words)

 Vodafone launches 3G mobile service - News - Mobile Phones
Vodafone previously said the network will be rolled out to Brisbane and the Gold Coast by March 2006, and Perth and Adelaide by July 2006.
Vodafone Australia's chief marketing office John Casey said the company will be targeting Australia's three million strong "young, active and fun" 18 to 30 year old demographic with a multi-million dollar advertising campaign encouraging customers to 'make the most out of now'.
A Vodafone spokesperson said at the launch in Sydney that a low-end Motorola handset as well as the much hyped sucessor to the ultrathin RAZR, the 3G-capable RAZR V3x, would be made available on its 3G network in January 2006.
www.cnet.com.au /mobilephones/phones/0,239025953,240057923,00.htm   (2392 words)

 Bloomberg.com: U.K.
Vodafone said its sales growth forecast, excluding the Japanese unit, is 8 percent to 9 percent for the year ending March 31, compared with an earlier estimate of 6 percent to 9 percent, including Japan.
Vodafone said it expects the impairment charge in the second half of the year ending March 31 to be at the upper end of a range of 23 billion pounds to 28 billion pounds indicated on Feb. 27.
Vodafone K.K. also attracted a bid from Cerberus Partners LP, a U.S. buyout firm that has invested $8 billion in Japan, and Providence Equity Partners Inc., a buyout firm specializing in telecommunications companies, according to two people familiar with the matter, who declined to be identified.
www.bloomberg.com /apps/news?pid=10000102&sid=awbPDBaO5uj0&refer=uk   (873 words)

 BBC NEWS | Business | Vodafone launches 10 new 3G sets
Vodafone has said it is to launch 10 new 3G handsets in November, as it aims to capitalise on the Christmas market.
Vodafone group companies in Europe will be able to use nine of the handsets, while those in Japan will be able to use seven of the selection.
Vodafone Japan has struggling in recent months due to a lack of compelling models and services to compete with NTT DoCoMo and KDDI.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/business/3679306.stm   (569 words)

 Vodafone Fiji - About Vodafone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Vodafone is delighted to now sponsor national and local golf in Fiji with the signing of a dedicated sponsorship program.
Vodafone and the National Golf Association of Fiji have come together to provide a winning combination.
Vodafone has come forward to enhance and revitalise the growing sport assisting golfers in creating lifetime opportunities in Fiji.
www.vodafone.com.fj /index.cfm?go=main.about&cmd=vfsponsorgolf   (171 words)

 Engadget Mobile
TomTom and Vodafone have just partnered to create a new type of commercial traffic data system based on thousands of mobile phones that will describe traffic conditions in real-time.
Sagem's got a fresh new handset exclusively for Vodafone customers (one of many they'll soon be seeing), recently announcing its my600V handset -- apparently the company's first 3G phone for the UK market.
Vodafone's tapped Toshiba to bring its latest music-oriented flip to market, answering the call with the TS808 shown off at IFA this week.
www.engadgetmobile.com /category/vodafone   (2277 words)

 Vodafone launch mobile phone recycling scheme 06-06-02
One of Ireland’s leading mobile phone operators, Vodafone has launched a new nationwide mobile phone recycling scheme, that will encourage consumers to re-use their unwanted mobile phones where possible or to recycle them in the specially designed containers that will be placed in selected Vodafone agent outlets nationwide.
“Vodafone is committed to conducting business in a socially and environmentally responsible manner and one aspect of this is ensuring as little negative impact as possible on the environment in which we operate,” said Maire O’Sullivan Corporate Relations manager, Vodafone.
Vodafone is been partnered in this initiative by Conservation Volunteers Ireland, an organisation that works towards enhancing and protecting the natural environment.
www.irishtrucker.com /NEWS/2002/june/0606027.asp   (155 words)

 Vodafone transatlantic text messaging service
Verizon Wireless, the leading U.S. wireless service provider, and Vodafone, the world's largest mobile community, today announces that they are introducing transatlantic text messaging.
All Verizon Wireless customers with TXT messaging-capable handsets, and Vodafone customers across Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the UK, will be able to use the service beginning in early 2004.
Vodafone intends to extend the service to an even wider footprint during 2004.
www.mobile-phone-shops-uk.com /news/vodafone-uk-us-texting-221203.html   (265 words)

 Vodafone - Roaming
Vodafone Hungary has launched inbound prepaid roaming service with several partner operators, so in other words prepaid subscribers of the networks listed in the table below are able to roam on the Vodafone Hungary network.
Vodafone's "International Recharging Service in Hungary" allows the prepaid customers of foreign Vodafone operators to recharge their accounts while roaming in Hungary, using the recharge vouchers issued by Vodafone Hungary.
By calling 1752 from Vodafone Hungary network, Tourinform's helpdesk employees are pleased to inform you, also in foreign languages, about accommodation, restaurants, transport, programmes, attractions and services, etc. in the local, religional or national perspective.
www.vodafone.hu /eng/roaming/informations_forvisitors.html   (908 words)

The Vodafone network now covers up to 94.5% of the Australian population*.
Vodafone World™ makes it easy to use your mobile in over 100 countries - just as you do at home.
Vodafone provides a variety of convenient services to make your roaming experience in Australia as seamless as possible.
www.vodafone.com.au /rep/coverage.jsp?gs=foryou&hd=coverage   (93 words)

 Vodafone Fiji - About Vodafone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Vodafone Fiji Limited started operation in 1994 and has ever since provided quality service to its people.
Vodafone is a Values Based Organisation which not only looks after its people who work in Vodafone but also the community at large and the environment we live in.
Vodafones commitment to you, the community and the world around us.
www.vodafone.com.fj /index.cfm?go=main.about&cmd=vfsponsorgolf   (101 words)

 Vodafone - International Visitors
If you are a Vodafone customer and therefore have a Vodafone handset, then our network is automatically preferred on your phone.
It's so easy to connect with Vodafone that you can do it as you wait for your passport to be stamped or for your luggage to arrive.
Just in case your phone demands a little more information from you, Vodafone's network type is GSM 1800 and you'll know you've got Vodafone's fantastic service and rates at your fingertips when the Vodafone name comes up in lights on your display.
www.vodafone.cz /en/international   (388 words)

 Vodafone information
Vodafone has been providing mobile phone services in the UK since the mid-1980's.
You'll need to phone Vodafone's Customer Services department if your phone is prompting you for a PUK code - they can provide you with a PUK code to unlock your SIM card once they have verified your identity.
Vodafone gives you the option of being called when there's a waiting voicemail, or receiving a text message alert.
www.filesaveas.com /vodafone.html   (879 words)

 Gamma Projects » Vodafone New Zealand
Vodafone New Zealand is part of one of the world's largest mobile telecommunications companies, Vodafone Group Plc.
Vodafone New Zealand acquired the full Gamma NetOne software application with the aim to reduce the time to market for their GPRS services.
Gamma Projects performed all of the data migration and cleansing required by Vodafone New Zealand (there were seven separate data sources), helped re-engineer their business processes and implemented regional training for 100 users.
www.gammaprojects.com /content.php?ID=36   (261 words)

 Indiantelevision.com > Media, Advertising & Marketing Watch > Nokia powers Vodafone New Zealand's 3G network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Vodafone customers can enjoy the latest mobile services that this new technology makes possible such as simultaneous voice and data sessions.
Vodafone New Zealand director of technology Jeni Mundy said that the launch of 3G enabled services is a huge milestone for Vodafone's 1.9 million customers and the New Zealand mobile market.
She also added that Vodafone was bringing the world's most popular mobile technology, 3GSM, to its New Zealand customers to ensure that they have the best and most advanced technology available with advantages such as an extensive roaming footprint.
www.indiantelevision.com /mam/headlines/y2k5/aug/augmam55.htm   (345 words)

 Ericsson Press release: Ericsson selected to deliver new Vodafone 3G infrastructure
Vodafone recently succeeded in winning the largest license available to it in the auction held by the UK government.
Vodafone is the first UK operator to select Ericsson's 3G WCDMA system.
In support of its commitment to open standards, Ericsson has agreed to work with Vodafone to enable the introduction of other vendors' products into Vodafone's 3G network, which is expected to commence service in the first quarter of 2002.
www.ericsson.com /ericsson/press/archive/2000Q2/20000516-0011.html   (473 words)

 Vodafone launches $138B Mannesmann bid - Dec. 23, 1999
LONDON (CNNfn) - Vodafone AirTouch formally launched its blockbuster $138 billion bid for Mannesmann Thursday, describing the offer as "generous" and warning the German firm's shareholders they could be left in the cold if they reject the deal.
Vodafone said the offer is at an 84 percent premium to the value of Mannesmann stock the day after the German company agreed to buy British cellular operator Orange (ORA) in October.
It was the purchase of Orange, one of Vodafone’s main U.K. rivals, that spurred the Berkshire, England-based company to train its sights on Germany.
money.cnn.com /1999/12/23/europe/vodafone   (447 words)

 Media Centre - Vodafone to acquire control of MobiFon in Romania...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Vodafone is the world's leading mobile telecommunications company with operations in 26 countries across 5 continents with 416 million venture customers and 152 million proportionate customers worldwide as at 31 December 2004.
Vodafone Group will acquire control of MobiFon and Oskar through the acquisition of 99.99% of the outstanding shares in ClearWave N.V. ("ClearWave").
Vodafone Group Plc does not undertake, and specifically disclaims, any obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise.
www.vodafone.com /article_with_thumbnail/0,3038,OPCO=40000&CATEGORY_ID=210&MT_ID=pr&LANGUAGE_ID=0&CONTENT_ID=255520,00.html   (1096 words)

 Vodafone Group : marketing and advertising profile at Adbrands.net
Vodafone Group transformed itself into a global giant with two breathtaking deals in which it acquired US company Airtouch and German industrial and telecoms giant Mannesman.
At its peak at the beginning of 2001 it was Europe's most valuable company and one of the world's top 10.
The Vodafone brand reaches almost 171m customers worldwide, and the company is the #1 or #2 mobile service in more than 12 international markets including the UK and Germany.
www.mind-advertising.com /uk/vodafone_uk.htm   (231 words)

 Vodafone - About Vodafone - Press Release - 14 April, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Vodafone General Manager of Infotainment, Kieren Cooney said that offering the GX30 to New Zealanders was another huge step in the mobile evolution.
Vodafone New Zealand Ltd is part of Vodafone Group Plc, the world’s largest mobile community, with more than 125 million proportionate customers worldwide.
At as September 2003 Vodafone New Zealand has more than 1,429,000 customers on its fully digital network providing coverage to 97 per cent of the population.
www.vodafone.co.nz /aboutus/media_releases/20040414.jsp   (325 words)

 Vodafone and Microsoft Collaborate to Deliver Comprehensive E-Mail Solution for Business: Vodafone launches new Windows ...
From March, Vodafone will deploy a range of Windows Mobile 5.0-powered devices with Direct Push Technology to corporate and small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers in France, Germany and the U.K. The service will also be available to corporate and SMB customers in other countries during 2006.
Vodafone is the world’s largest mobile community with more than 179 million proportionate customers, equity interests in 27 countries and Partner Networks in a further 31countries.
VODAFONE and the Vodafone logos are trade marks of the Vodafone Group.
www.microsoft.com /presspass/press/2006/feb06/02-12MSVodaphonePR.mspx   (491 words)

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