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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(...)

Mobile operator Vodafone reported a 1.2 per cent drop in full-year adjusted earnings, coming in at the bottom of its guidance and missing market expectations, but forecast growth this year.

Service revenue fell 3.8 per cent to €197 million at Vodafone Ireland in the fourth quarter as its parent reported a 1.2 per cent drop in full-year ad(...)

Vodafone said users of its unlimited mobile data service totalled more than 40,000 terabytes. Photograph: Patrick Bolger/Bloomberg

Mobile data use on Vodafone Ireland’s network soared in the third quarter of its financial year, with the company recording a 61 per cent rise year on(...)

“It was a strong year of solid, stable growth for Vodafone Ireland, which saw us increase our customer-base across mobile and fixed broadband,” said Anne O’Leary, chief executive of Vodafone Ireland. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images

Vodafone Ireland put in a year of solid growth, increasing its customers in broadband and mobile as its parent group reported a rise in core earnings.(...)

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Vodafone is to strip Huawei systems out of its core network across Europe at a cost of €200 million after the UK government and European Union issued (...)

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Vodafone Ireland employees whose partners have a baby will get four months of fully paid parental leave that can be taken any time within the first 18(...)

The business will own the continent’s largest tower portfolio of 61,700 masts in 10 countries, Vodafone said.

Vodafone Group plans to carve out its phone towers into a separate unit and consider an initial public offering, as it seeks to sell substantial stake(...)

On Tuesday,  Vodafone’s chief executive, Nick Read, said the board had “made the decision, not taken lightly, to rebase” – a market euphemism for slash – its dividend

For many Irish stock investors who were hit hard as some of the biggest names of the Dublin market, led by the banks, scrapped dividends during the fi(...)

Nick Read, chief executive of Vodafone. The company said the number of customers using its 4G network rose with over 1.1 million devices now 4G enabled. Photograph: Sergio Perez/File Photo/Reuters

Vodafone Ireland has said service revenues grew 1.3 per cent in the 12 months to the end of March as its parent slashed its full-year dividend by 40 p(...)

Vodafone agreed to acquire Liberty Global’s German and Eastern European units last May. Photograph: iStock

Vodafone plans to sell about €4 billion of securities convertible into shares to help fund its acquisition of some of Liberty Global’s European busine(...)

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