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Vodafone Tunes Its Overtures to Business Dealers

The past couple of years have not been kind to Vodafone in the UK. O2 and Orange are formidable competitors that seem to have outsmarted Vodafone at almost every turn and have won some major victories in the battle for the consumer. Vodafone's shown significant improvements in recent months, but there's still some way to go.
Vodafone's strength has always... Read more

Posted By Shaun Collins on 27 September 2010

Time for Change at Vodafone?

Vodafone announced its 1Q10 results on Friday and they make very interesting reading. The figures are always a useful guide to how the mobile industry's faring and Vodafone pointed to many areas of its business that are improving after a couple of indifferent years. Turkey, India and South Africa all improved dramatically in the first quarter, a recovering Spain... Read more

Posted By Shaun Collins on 27 July 2010

Making Mobile Music More Social

Vodafone's signed a distribution deal with Warner Music, making it one of the first mobile operators to offer DRM-free music from all the major record labels. The operator's already signed up Universal Music, Sony Music and EMI.
Although the agreement with Warner Music isn't earth-shattering, the removal of restrictions from Vodafone's catalogue is a furt... Read more

Posted By Paolo Pescatore on 2 October 2009

Orange Gets a Social Life

Looking through the news today, I saw that Orange in the UK has announced a new service called Social Life. This will be a site on the operator's Orange World portal that allows people to access multiple social networking accounts from one place. This is made by possible by a single log-in.
As I understand it, people will be able to update their status an... Read more

Posted By Paolo Pescatore on 19 August 2009

Cheaper Roaming's Part of a Bigger Picture at Vodafone

Watching the Vodafone quarterly results Webcast this week, a few things fell into place for me. The announcement that Vodafone was to scrap roaming charges in some countries for three months started to make more sense.
Initially, I thought including roaming calls in ordinary bundled minutes was a smart reaction to regulators' complaints about the cost of ... Read more

Posted By Shaun Collins on 22 May 2009
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