|Bid||52.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||52.35 - 52.35|
|52 Week Range||52.35 - 52.35|
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The UK's wireless spectrum auction and the building of 5G networks could be further delayed because of BT extending its legal challenge to Ofcom's plan to open bidding for the airwaves. BT has added what ...
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Prime Minister Theresa May will meet GlaxoSmithKline, Vodafone and HSBC and other major companies on Monday to hear what they want from talks on Britain's relationship with the EU after Brexit. Businesses have become increasingly alarmed by the slow progress of negotiations and the prospect that the country could crash out of the trading bloc without a deal in 2019.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet business leaders next week to discuss Britain's departure from the European Union, her office said on Friday, after a former party chairman said there was a plot to topple her. A quarterly meeting with businesses including HSBC (HSBA.L), Morgan Stanley (MS.N), Vodafone (VOD.L) and WPP (WPP.L) to discuss Brexit will go ahead on Monday as usual, a spokeswoman for May's office said. "The Business Advisory Council is an important part of our preparations for leaving the EU – allowing us to seek the views of experienced business leaders and to share with them the government’s vision for a successful Brexit," May said in an emailed statement.
Ready?", Vodafone (VOD.L) is asking in a new campaign it hopes will capture a sense of optimism about technology, an association mobile operators have to some extent lost in recent years to the likes of Facebook, Google and Apple. The slogan, which replaces "Power to You", in use since 2009, will be deployed in all of the company's 36 markets from Friday in the biggest ad campaign in its 33-year history, Vodafone said. "Technology can be complex, can be overwhelming and can sometimes alienate people," said Serpil Timuray, Vodafone's chief commercial operations and strategy officer.
Ready?", Vodafone is asking in a new campaign it hopes will capture a sense of optimism about technology, an association mobile operators have to some extent lost in recent years to the likes of Facebook, Google and Apple. The slogan, which replaces "Power to You", in use since 2009, will be deployed in all of the company's 36 markets from Friday in the biggest ad campaign in its 33-year history, Vodafone said. "Technology can be complex, can be overwhelming and can sometimes alienate people," said Serpil Timuray, Vodafone's chief commercial operations and strategy officer.
Announcement: Moody's: Orange peels away from telecoms peers on lower debt, higher cash flow potential. Global Credit Research- 03 Oct 2017. Madrid, October 03, 2017-- Lower leverage and a greater potential ...
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Morgan Stanley’s Simon Flannery and his team take a look at the telecom sector, specifically Verizon (VZ) and Vodafone (VOD), writing that they prefer the latter. Flannery writes that since Vodafone sold its 45% Verizon W stake to Verizon in 2014, the two companies have taken different paths. Vodafone has bought cable and fixed-line businesses, and also developed fixed/mobile convergent capabilities.
Vodafone Group Plc is preparing a bid for a new mobile-phone license in Zambia that will enable the U.K. company to add voice services to its data product in the southern African country, according to ...
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Vodafone is looking at investing in laying ultrafast full-fiber broadband connections to homes and businesses in Britain if it can find partners to share the costs, a top executive said on Wednesday. The mobile network operator said on Monday it would spend 2 billion euros on new full-fiber connections in Germany and also has invested in fixed line broadband networks in Italy, Portugal and Spain. Vodafone UK CEO Nick Jeffery said he had the capital available to make an investment in Britain.
LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Vodafone is to spend about 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) on providing new ultra fast fiber broadband connections to homes and businesses in Germany, throwing down the gauntlet to rivals, including former state-owned monopoly Deutsche Telekom. The British company said on Monday it is to invest 1.4-1.6 billion euros in a so-called Giga-Business project to connect 100,000 companies in 2,000 business parks in Germany, teaming up with Deutsche Glasfaser and other specialist fiber and infrastructure players. It aims to spend a further 200-400 million euros on partnering with municipalities to reach around 1 million rural households.