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Vodafone Group Plc is a telecommunications company. The Company's business is organized into two geographic regions: Europe, and Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific (AMAP). Its segments include Europe and AMAP. Its Europe segment includes geographic regions, such as Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain and Other Europe. The Other Europe includes the Netherlands, Portugal, Greece, Hungary and Romania, among others. Its AMAP segment includes India, South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique, Lesotho, Africa, Turkey, Australia, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, and among others. The Company provides a range of services, including voice, messaging and data across mobile and fixed networks.
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Gerard J. Kleisterlee
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Nicholas Jonathan Read
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Margherita Della Valle
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer – Vodafone Germany
Chief Executive Officer – Vodafone Italy
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Vodafone <VOD.L> will shut 15% of its 7,700 stores and upgrade some of the remaining outlets as customers buy more online and change their expectations of in-store shopping, chief executive Nick Read said on Tuesday.
Vodafone will reduce its store footprint by 15%, chief executive Nick Read said on Tuesday, as the telecoms firm makes better use of data to optimise its store estate.
Vodafone is testing innovative open access radio technology in Britain - a first for Europe - in a move that could break the grip Huawei, Ericsson <ERICb.ST> and Nokia <NOKIA.HE> hold on the telco equipment market.
Germany's BNetzA network regulator on Monday said it had annulled a charge Vodafone imposes on other providers if clients decide to keep their previous phone number, a move that could also affect other telecoms operators in Germany.
Australia's antitrust regulator has hurt competition by blocking a A$15 billion ($10 billion) merger between the nation's third- and fourth-largest telecoms providers, the companies said in court on Tuesday as their legal appeal got underway.
Australia's antitrust regulator has hurt competition, not helped it, by blocking a A$15 billion ($10 billion) merger between the third- and fourth-largest telecoms providers, a lawyer for one of the companies told a court on Tuesday.
Britain's FTSE 100 surged on Friday led by Vodafone, which enjoyed its best day in more than 16 years on plans to create a separate European tower company, while mid-cap Sports Direct fell after thrice delaying its annual results.
Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia <TLIT.MI> and rival Vodafone <VOD.L> agreed on Friday to merge their mobile tower infrastructure and to jointly roll out 5G in Italy.
Britain's Vodafone <VOD.L> will separate its mobile masts in Europe into a new company worth upwards of 18 billion euros (£16.13 billion) with a view to listing a minority stake.
Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia and rival Vodafone agreed on Friday to merge their mobile tower infrastructure and to jointly roll out 5G in Italy.
Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia and rival Vodafone agreed on Friday to merge their 22,000 mobile towers in Italy, the two groups said on Friday.
Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia (TIM) and rival Vodafone agreed a deal to merge their mobile masts infrastructure in Italy, two sources close to the matter said on Friday.
Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia (TIM) and rival Vodafone agreed a deal to merge their mobile masts infrastructure in Italy, two sources close to the matter said on Friday. Under the agreement, Vodafone and Telecom Italia will each have a 37.5 stake in Milan-listed...
European shares rose slightly on Friday, a day after they dropped on a less-dovish-than-expected European Central Bank statement, buoyed by a rally in mobile operator Vodafone and media firm Vivendi.
London's FTSE 100 recovered on Friday as Vodafone jumped on plans to create a separate European tower company and education firm Pearson gained after an upbeat trading update.
Vodafone said on Friday it would separate its mobile mast infrastructure in 10 European markets into a new organisation that it potentially could list, in a move it said would unlock value for shareholders.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia is set to announce on Friday a deal with rival Vodafone to merge their tower infrastructure and jointly deploy fifth generation mobile technology in Italy, a source close to the matter said.
Brussels gave its blessing to Vodafone's <VOD.L> $22 billion purchase of Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> cable networks in Germany and central Europe, clearing the way for the British company to become Europe's largest mobile, broadband and TV provider.
Vodafone secured on Thursday antitrust approval from the European Union for its $22 billion bid to buy Liberty Global's cable networks in Germany and central Europe after offering concessions in May.
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