We Help Companies Find New Sales Opportunities
Vodafone is planning to create 100 jobs at its contact centre in Newark.
Vodafone is to create 400 jobs with the launch of its new home broadband service, including 150 at its call centre in Glasgow.
Vodafone is to acquire 140 Phones4u stores out of administration, securing the future of 887 jobs.
Vodafone is to relocate up to 186 staff to a new 23,000 sq ft technology hub being created at Colmore Plaza in Birmingham.
Vodafone is planning to expand the team at its Xone technology incubator in London from 12 to 20.
Vodafone is planning to open 150 new mobile phone stores over the next year, with the creation of 1,400 jobs.
Vodafone is planning to set up a 48,000 sq ft office at Green Park in Reading.
Vodafone is reported to be considering plans to invest £150m opening up to 250 new stores over the next two years.
Vodafone is to increase the planned investment in its mobile phone networks to £7bn by 2016.
Vodafone is to invest £6bn in the expansion of its 4G networks, fibre optic cables, high street stores and mobile payment services, following the £84bn sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless.
Vodafone is to increase investment in its UK network by 50% to £900m this year, in preparation for the launch of the 4G mobile service.
Vodafone is expanding its graduate recruitment programme with the creation of 400 new jobs over the next five years.
Vodafone is planning to set up a new technology research and incubation centre at Tech City in East London by the end of the year.
Vodafone is to acquire Cable & Wireless Worldwide, the provider of high-speed telecoms services with operations in 35 countries, for £1.04bn.
Vodafone is to acquire Bluefish Communications, the Reading-based IT and communications consultancy with gross assets of £3.1m.
Vodafone is to relocate its Formula One sponsorship department and 15 staff from Ireland back to London in September.
Vodafone is to increase the 900-strong workforce at its call centre in Stoke-on-Trent with more than 250 new jobs.
Vodafone is to sell its 44% stake in the SFR mobile network in France to joint venture partner Vivendi for £6.8bn.
Vodafone Global Enterprise has acquired Quickcomm of Australia and TnT Expense Management of the US, in order to improve its telecom expense management capabilities.
Vodafone is planning to recruit 50 graduates for its management training programme in September 2010.
Vodafone is to relocate its global headquarters and up to 200 staff from Newbury to its Paddington office in London in October, but a further 900 staff with global functions will remain in Newbury.
Vodafone is to acquire Wayfinder, the Swedish manufacturer of wireless navigation systems, for £20m.
Vodafone is looking to open a further 50 mobile phone stores with the creation of 200 jobs.
Vodafone has acquired Zyb, the Dutch provider of mobile internet services, for £25m.
Vodafone is thought to be considering plans to set up a new 140,000 sq ft office in the Thames Valley, and possible locations include Reading, Guildford and Hammersmith.
Vodafone is to set up an 80,000 sq ft call centre at the Etruria Valley business park in Stoke-on-Trent in 2009, with the relocation of about 1,200 staff from four existing offices.
Vodafone has acquired the Italian and Spanish broadband operations of Tele2 for £537m.
Vodafone is to acquire a 67% stake in Hutchison Essar, the Indian mobile operator, for £5.7bn.
Vodafone has acquired Yes Telecom, the Manchester-based telecoms company with 110 staff, for an estimated £30m.
Vodafone is to acquire Telsim, the Turkish mobile phone operator, for £2.5bn.
Vodafone is to sell its Swedish mobile phone operation to Telenor of Norway for £704m.
Vodafone is to create 100 jobs at the former Singlepoint customer service call centre in Chesterton, North Staffordshire.
Vodafone is to create 100 new jobs at its recently-acquired Project 5 telecoms facility in Newark, and the site will become a centre of excellence for services to business customers.
Vodafone has awarded a £6m contract to Moss Construction to refurbish offices at the Newbury Business Park by January 2004.
Vodafone is planning to close its call centre in Abingdon in November, and some of the 210 staff will be offered the chance to relocate to Banbury or Birmingham.
Vodafone is to acquire Singlepoint, the mobile phone services subsidiary of Caudwell, for £405m.
Vodafone is to acquire Project Telecom, the Newark-based provider of mobile phone services, for £155m.
Vodafone has raised £713m from the sale of its stake in the Telematik railway communications network in Germany.
Vodafone is to create a further 50 jobs at its mobile phone customer contact centre in Blacklands Way, Abingdon.
Vodafone has sold its Tele-ring mobile phone business in Austria to Western Wireless of the US for undisclosed terms.
Vodafone is to acquire the Eircell mobile phone subsidiary of Eircom of Ireland for £2.6bn.
Vodafone is to expand its mobile phone network in remote parts of Scotland by using 10,000 pylons owned by Scottish & Southern Energy.
Vodafone is planning to set up a new regional office for its mobile phones business at Birchwood Park in Warrington.
Vodafone is to invest £1.7bn in an alliance with China Mobile, in order to gain access to the Chinese mobile phone market.
Vodafone is to open 10 new mobile phone stores in Northern Ireland over the next 12 months, in a £15m investment that will create more than 50 jobs.
Vodafone AirTouch has agreed to sell its Orange mobile phone business to France Telecom for £31bn, and Orange's existing management team will be retained in preparation for a partial flotation.
Vodafone AirTouch, TIW of Canada, British Telecom, One-2-One and Orange have won the five licences to launch third-generation mobile phone services, and each of them must now build a network that can be used by at least 80% of the population.
Vodafone AirTouch has agreed a £113bn merger with Mannesmann of Germany, which will create the largest telecoms group in the world.
Vodafone AirTouch is planning to move into new premises on the Exeter Business Park at Sowton next month, with the creation of scores of new jobs.
Vodafone AirTouch is to develop new ways of accessing the internet from mobile phones, in partnership with IBM, Nokia, Sun, Ericsson, Palm Computing and Psion.
Vodafone AirTouch has bought Scottish Power Telecommunications, a mobile joint venture between Scottish Power and Martin Dawes Telecommunications, for £13m.
Vodafone Distribution is to acquire UniqueAir, the mobile phone service provider, from Unipart for about £50m.
Vodafone AirTouch is to acquire CommNet Cellular, the US mobile phone operator, for £493m, in order to gain 360,000 customers in nine states.
Vodafone has won planning permission to build a £120m world headquarters in Newbury, where it will employ up to 3,400 staff.
Vodafone is set to acquire AirTouch, the US cellular phone company, for $61bn, following the withdrawal of Bell Atlantic from the bidding.
Vodafone is acquiring BellSouth New Zealand, the mobile phone network, for £230m and plans to help lift the country's mobile phone penetration from 17% to 50% by 2005.
Vodafone has acquired Peoples Phone, the distributor of telephone handsets, for £77m, in order to reduce its dependence on independent retailers.
Vodafone is to acquire the remaining two-thirds of Talkland, the service provider, from Compagnie Generale des Eaux of France for £30m.
Ericsson is buying out Vodafone's share of Orbitel Mobile Communications, their mobile equipment manufacturing joint venture, for undisclosed terms.