Vodafone Ireland reported last week that service revenues rose 2.1 per cent in the first quarter to €198.8 million.

Vodafone Ireland has introduced a minimal annual price increase of at least 3 per cent for new mobile bill pay customers and bill pay clients who upgr(...)

Vodafone Group reported a better-than-expected 3.3 per cent rise in first-quarter service revenue

Service revenues at Vodafone Ireland rose 2.1 per cent in the first quarter to €198.8 million versus the same three months a year earlier, the company(...)

Vodafone, which is the largest mobile operator in the Republic, has 2.3 million customers in total

Vodafone Ireland has recorded a €5.04 million pretax loss for the 12 months ending March 2019 after investing heavily in its network ahead of the roll(...)

5G technology brings faster mobile speeds, as well as lower latency, increased security and reliability

Vodafone expects to have rolled out its 5G mobile network nationwide by the end of next year. However it has again stressed that the new network canno(...)

The number of 4G customers increased by 8.1 per cent to 1.2 million. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images

Vodafone Ireland, the largest mobile operator in the State, returned to profitability last year, according to its latest accounts. The group’s financ(...)

Vodafone Ireland said in the year to the end of March, the number of broadband customers it had rose by 2 per cent to 265,000

Vodafone Ireland, the largest mobile operator in the State, reported a slight dip in service revenues last year, slipping 0.2 per cent to €949 millio(...)

Vodafone Ireland chief technology officer Madalina Suceveanu: “The new system responds directly to the needs of those using our products and services.”

Vodafone Ireland is to replace much of its existing IT infrastructure as part of a new €120 million project to provide customers with a fully converg(...)

Madalina Suceveanu, technology director, and HR director James Magill of Vodafone Ireland.  Ms Suceveanu says Vodafone Ireland “must continue to invest in technology, our digital platforms and in our people”

Vodafone Ireland is to create an additional 60 technical roles over the next 12 to 18 months on the back of a surge in demand for its products and ser(...)

Vodafone’s Irish headquarters comprise 263,000 square feet and generates a rent of €7.3 million per annum for Green

Vodafone Ireland, the single largest tenant at the Central Park commercial development in Leopardstown, Dublin, has agreed to a renegotiation on its l(...)