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Vodafone Idea Ltd is an India-based telecom service provider. The Company provides pan India Voice and Data services across second generation (2G), third generation (3G) and fourth generation (4G) platform. Its Vodafone Idea Business services provides communication solutions to global and Indian corporations, public sector and government bodies, small and medium enterprises and start-ups. Its enterprise offerings include enterprise mobility, connectivity, Internet of things (IoT) solutions, business communication and cloud and insightful business analytics and enabling solutions. It provides its products and services under various plans and packs. The Company’s allows users to pay their bills and also offers various services through its applications.
Windsor', 5th Floor, Off CST Road
Near Vidya Nagari, Kalina, Santacruz(E)
Kumar Mangalam Birla
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Chief Compliance Officer, Secretary
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Debt-ridden Vodafone Idea Ltd <VODA.NS> said on Monday it is rebranding itself, as the company, which has been losing customers, looks to change its image three years after announcing the merger of two of India's biggest telecom service providers.
Vodafone Idea Ltd said on Monday it plans to rebrand itself as the debt-ridden telecoms carrier, which has been losing customers, looks to change its image three years after it announced the biggest merger in India's telecoms market.
Indian shares edged lower on Monday as the country became the second-worst hit with coronavirus cases and a continued selloff in Wall Street made investors jittery, while they awaited an announcement from Vodafone Idea Ltd later in the day.
Indian shares were subdued on Monday, as broader Asian markets were on the defensive after a continued Wall Street selloff in technology stocks, while investors awaited an announcement from debt-laden Vodafone Idea Ltd later in the day.
Vodafone Idea Ltd <VODA.NS> said on Friday it would raise up to 250 billion Indian rupees ($3.41 billion) in fresh capital as the Indian telecom operator tries to pay off the hefty dues it owes to the government.
Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> said on Thursday its board had no investment proposal to consider from U.S. wireless carrier Verizon Communications Inc <VZ.N> or Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O>.
Heavily indebted Indian telecoms firm Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> won some reprieve on Tuesday as the country's top court gave mobile carriers 10 years to settle government dues, but the company's longer-term problems are not over.
Vodafone Idea Ltd reported a 5.4% fall in its first-quarter revenue on Thursday, as a nationwide lockdown hurt its business and the telecom company lost subscribers.
Vodafone Idea Ltd reported a bigger first-quarter loss on Thursday, as the Indian telecom operator set aside 194.41 billion rupees towards dues owed to the government.
Indian shares paused on Friday after two days of strong gains, led by a pullback in banking stocks, ahead of the release of domestic GDP data, while heightened U.S.-China tensions further weakened sentiment.
Indian shares fell on Friday after two days of strong gains as markets awaited the release of March-quarter GDP figures later in the day, while U.S.-China tensions further dampened sentiment.
Alphabet Inc's Google is exploring an investment in Vodafone Group Plc's <VOD.L > struggling India business, the Financial Times reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
A tiny Indian consumer rights group which has been leading a campaign to make telecoms companies pay billions of dollars due to the state said on Wednesday it would oppose a government proposal to allow repayment over 20 years.
India faces a multi-billion-dollar hit to its economy and a tarnished reputation as a place for multinationals to invest unless it can keep Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> in business.
Beleaguered Indian wireless carrier Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> will pay 35 billion rupees (376.99 million pounds) in telecom dues to the federal government by the end of this week, the company said on Monday.
Indian wireless carrier Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> will pay 25 billion rupees ($350 million) of the nearly $3.9 billion it owes to government in telecoms dues, TV news station ET Now reported on Monday.
Vodafone Idea Ltd reported a third-quarter loss on Thursday, as the troubled Indian telecom company shed millions of mobile subscribers due to intense competition.
Vodafone Idea Ltd on Thursday reported a sixth straight quarterly loss, as the troubled Indian mobile carrier shed millions of mobile subscribers.
Shares of Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> fell as much as 40% on Friday, losing $975 million in market value, after India's top court rejected mobile carriers' petitions for a review of its order to pay billions of dollars in levies to the government.
India mobile carrier Vodafone Idea <VODA.NS> said on Thursday the company had suspended internet services in some parts of the capital Delhi to comply with a government order.
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