VOD.L - Vodafone Group Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
177.56
-0.08 (-0.05%)
As of 9:11AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close177.64
Open177.64
Bid177.52 x 0
Ask177.58 x 0
Day's Range176.90 - 177.90
52 Week Range175.12 - 239.65
Volume4,941,274
Avg. Volume82,481,838
Market Cap47.434B
Beta1.10
PE Ratio (TTM)17.41
EPS (TTM)10.20
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.13 (6.96%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-07
1y Target Est2.27
  • Reuters18 hours ago

    Kenya's Safaricom restores services after voice and data outage

    Safaricom restored services on Sunday after suffering a voice and data outage that affected critical transmission equipment, Kenya’s biggest telecoms company said. "We have restored all voice and data services impacted by the outage that had affected the network," the company said in a statement. Safaricom, which is 35 percent owned by South Africa's Vodacom, controls nearly 70 percent of Kenya's mobile market, with close to 30 million subscribers.

  • 3 Top Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 3%
    Motley Fool4 days ago

    3 Top Dividend Stocks With Yields Over 3%

    Why shares of Vodafone Group, AT&T, and Anheuser-Busch InBev are great dividend stocks to add to a portfolio right now.

  • Moody's5 days ago

    Wind Tre S.p.A. -- Moody's: Iliad's move into Italian market is credit negative for mobile companies

    French telecoms company Iliad's entry into the Italian mobile phone market will aggravate competition and shrink mobile service revenues of the three resident mobile operators -- Wind Tre S.p.A. (B1 stable), Telecom Italia S.p.A. (Ba1 stable) and Vodafone Group Plc (Baa1 review for downgrade) -- by an average 4%-6% per year for the next two years, says Moody's Investors Service in a report published today. Moody's report, "Telecommunications -- Europe: Italian mobile operators feel the heat from French newcomer Iliad," is available on www.moodys.com.

  • India’s Billion-Dollar Shakedown
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    India’s Billion-Dollar Shakedown

    Something about India’s telecom sector attracts its grasping state like a bee to honey. The most egregious recent example is the government’s attempt to profit off a possible merger between two of the biggest remaining telecom companies -- Vodafone India Ltd. and Idea Cellular Ltd. The merger -- which was supposed to have been completed last month -- would create India’s largest mobile services company, and the world’s second-largest after China Mobile Ltd. Almost a year ago, India’s competition commission said the two firms could go ahead. Most analysts viewed the merger as a way for Vodafone to edge quietly out of India after years of disappointment.

  • 3 Companies To Make Trump’s Trade War Feel Irrelevant
    InvestorPlace13 days ago

    3 Companies To Make Trump’s Trade War Feel Irrelevant

    After a couple of decades, it would seem that the idea of free trade or cooperative trade would be an accepted global practice. To fulfill campaign promises and appease his base, Trump is promising “fair trade” and “better deals” for American industry and workers. The chilling effects of trade tensions were felt publicly when badass American icon Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) announced that it would be offshoring international manufacturing for foreign markets due to the threat.

  • Bloomberg13 days ago

    Vodafone Says It Got India's Conditional Approval for Idea Deal

    Vodafone Group Plc said it received approval from the Indian government to combine with Idea Cellular Ltd., a deal first announced 16 months ago. India’s Department of Telecommunication has approved the merger provided arrears amounting to as much as 72.5 billion rupees ($1.1 billion) are paid to the government, according to the department’s order seen by Bloomberg. The combination will create India’s largest mobile-phone company and help the firms compete with billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd., which upended the world’s second-largest mobile-phone market by offering free calls and cheap data.

  • CNBC13 days ago

    Vodafone launches wearable devices for parents and those with mobility issues

    Vodafone has launched two wearable devices as it looks to make a mark in the internet of things consumer market.

  • Alibaba in Talks With BT for Cloud Partnership in Europe Push
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Alibaba in Talks With BT for Cloud Partnership in Europe Push

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is in talks with BT Group Plc about a cloud services partnership as the Chinese internet giant challenges Amazon.com Inc.’s dominance in Europe. An agreement between Alibaba and the IT consulting unit of Britain’s former phone monopoly could be similar to Alibaba’s existing arrangement with Vodafone Group Plc in Germany, according to a person familiar with the matter, who asked not to be identified as the talks are private. A BT spokeswoman confirmed by email that the U.K. telecom company is in talks with Alibaba Cloud and declined to give details.

  • Vodafone overhauls recruitment to attract more LGBT+ talent
    The Telegraph19 days ago

    Vodafone overhauls recruitment to attract more LGBT+ talent

    Vodafone overhauls recruitment to attract more LGBT+ talent

  • Vodafone’s Stake in Africa Is Set to Fall
    Market Realist19 days ago

    Vodafone’s Stake in Africa Is Set to Fall

    Vodafone’s (VOD) stake in its African subsidiary Vodacom is set to fall. Vodacom is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, but it operates in several African countries, including Mozambique, Tanzania, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

  • Why Vodafone Isn’t in a Hurry to Deploy 5G
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Why Vodafone Isn’t in a Hurry to Deploy 5G

    What’s striking about Vodafone (VOD) is that it isn’t acting like everyone else in the industry in the hot race to deploy 5G (fifth-generation) networks. In the United States, Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T) are working to launch 5G services in select markets later in 2018, while T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S) are eyeing nationwide 5G coverage by around 2020.

  • The Wall Street Journal24 days ago

    [$$] Sprint Names New Finance Chief

    Inc. Mr. Combes was previously chief executive at Altice NV, a Netherlands-based telecommunications company. “Andrew has significant experience in the telecommunications industry here in America and around the world, making him an invaluable addition to Sprint’s leadership team,” Mr. Combes said in a statement.

  • Sprint names Andrew Davies CFO
    Reuters24 days ago

    Sprint names Andrew Davies CFO

    (Reuters) - Sprint Corp (S.N) said on Friday it named Andrew Davies chief financial officer ahead of its pending merger with rival T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O). Davies replaces Michel Combes, who was promoted ...

  • Vodafone is the latest brand to take key ad functions in house
    Quartz24 days ago

    Vodafone is the latest brand to take key ad functions in house

    British telecom giant Vodafone has become the latest big brand to move some of its essential marketing functions in house—a move that shows exactly what advertising agencies are up against. The company will take direct responsibility for £160 million ($212 million) of its digital ad buying, according to Campaign. It will hire its own teams…

  • Bloomberg27 days ago

    Vodafone Ghana Targets IPO After Government Talks Over Funding

    Vodafone Group Plc’s unit in Ghana will proceed with plans to list on the local stock exchange if talks with the government over unfulfilled funding pledges lead to a resolution. The West African nation holds a 30 percent stake in the company after it sold its telecommunications utility to Vodafone for $900 million in 2008. Vodafone Ghana is yet to record an after-tax profit, Chief Executive Officer Yolanda Cuba said Tuesday in an interview in the capital, Accra.

  • Vodafone to list Ghana unit on local stock market after debt restructuring
    Reuters27 days ago

    Vodafone to list Ghana unit on local stock market after debt restructuring

    Vodafone's (VOD.L) Ghana business plans to list on the local stock market after restructuring its loans, the head of the local unit told Reuters on Tuesday. Yolanda Zoleka Cuba said Vodafone was in talks with the West African country, which owns a 30 percent stake, to restructure its debt. The world's largest mobile group by revenue paid $900 million for a 70 percent stake in state-run Ghana telecom in 2008 while the government retained the remaining 30 percent with an enterprise value of around $1.3 billion at the time.

  • Morningstarlast month

    BT's Fundamental Value Is Overlooked

     BT Group BT is the incumbent telecom operator in the United Kingdom. In 2016, it bought EE, the country's largest wireless telecom operator, creating the only company that owns fixed-line as well as wireless telephone networks in the U.K. The U.K. has been slow to move to converged services, but we believe this acquisition will lead BT to push convergence similar to leading operators in several other European countries. BT's scale as the U.K.'s largest fixed-line, broadband, and wireless telecom operator provides the company with a narrow economic moat due to cost advantages.

  • Why Vodafone Group Plc (LON:VOD) May Not Be As Efficient As Its Industry
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Why Vodafone Group Plc (LON:VOD) May Not Be As Efficient As Its Industry

    I am writing today to help inform people who are new to the stock market and want a simplistic look at the return on Vodafone Group Plc (LON:VOD) stock. VodafoneRead More...

  • Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities
    Reuterslast month

    Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities

    Vodafone said on Wednesday it will begin testing next-generation 5G mobile networks in seven of Britain's 10 largest cities later in 2018, part of a plan to start limited deployments in dense urban areas in some markets next year. Management of global operator Vodafone Group has signalled it is in no rush to roll out 5G, seeing the potential tenfold increase in mobile broadband data speeds it offers as a way to wring greater efficiencies out of network choke points initially. Vodafone UK, Britain's third largest mobile operator, said it is laying the groundwork for 5G services as a supplement to existing 4G networks at 40 locations around Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Manchester.

  • ACCESSWIRElast month

    Free Technical Research on Public Joint-Stock Company Mobile TeleSystems and Three More Wireless Communications Equities

    WallStEquities.com has selected the following Wireless Communications stocks for review this morning: Vodafone Group PLC (NASDAQ: VOD), Public Joint-Stock Company Mobile TeleSystems (NYSE: MBT), SK Telecom Co. Ltd (NYSE: SKM), and Telefonica Brasil S.A. (NYSE: VIV). The wireless telecommunications services industry is directly linked to the ubiquitous mobile phone, and increasingly other modern connected devices.

  • Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities
    Reuterslast month

    Vodafone sets 5G trials in seven of Britain's 10 big cities

    Vodafone said on Wednesday it will begin testing next-generation 5G mobile networks in seven of Britain's 10 largest cities later in 2018, part of a plan to start limited deployments in dense urban areas in some markets next year. Management of global operator Vodafone Group has signaled it is in no rush to roll out 5G, seeing the potential tenfold increase in mobile broadband data speeds it offers as a way to wring greater efficiencies out of network choke points initially. Vodafone UK, Britain's third largest mobile operator, said it is laying the groundwork for 5G services as a supplement to existing 4G networks at 40 locations around Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Manchester.

  • InvestorPlacelast month

    A Safe Dividend Makes Verizon Communications Inc. Stock a Safe Bet

    While AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has gone haring off after video content with its Time Warner Corp. (NYSE:TWX) acquisition, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) seems to have stayed at home, hiring a telecom equipment executive as its next CEO. It will be interesting to see what he does for Verizon stock. The trouble is, Verizon can’t afford to play the big media game.

  • Moody'slast month

    Digi Communications N.V. -- Moody's changes the outlook on Digi's ratings to stable from positive

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today changed to stable from positive the outlook on Digi Communications N.V. ("Digi" or "DCS"), the parent company for RCS & RDS S.A. ("RCS&RDS"), a leading pay- TV and communications services provider in Romania and Hungary. Concurrently, the agency has affirmed the B1 corporate family rating (CFR), B1-PD probability of default rating and the B1 senior secured debt rating at DCS.