Vodafone is the largest mobile telecommunications network company in the world, with equity interests in 25 countries and Partner Networks in a further 40 countries. At 31 March 2007, Vodafone had approximately 206.4 million proportionate customers worldwide.
Vodafone 'could fund Liberty Global takeover with £30 billion sell-off': Vodafone faced a new round of speculation over a possible takeover of Liberty Global on Wednesday, after analysts claimed it could sell networks in far-flung countries such as South Africa, India and Australia to fund the move.
29 Apr '15
Last minute sales
Impressive sales in millions during the final minutes
29 Apr '15
VOD upgraded to 'BUY'
VOD has had its stock rating noted as ‘Upgrades’ with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Berenberg. Vodafone Group plc are listed in the Telecommunications sector within UK Main Market. Berenberg have set their target price at 270 GBX on its stock. This would indicate that the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 16.4% from today’s opening price of 232.05
29 Apr '15
Nice to see Voda helping out in the earthquake zone.
29 Apr '15
T-Mobile: free to lose: By its own reckoning, T-Mobile’s first quarter FCF was $400 million, one of many sterling results in its earnings report, released on Tuesday. But its version of capital investment does not include the $1.7 billion it spent on spectrum in a government auction. Whether spectrum purchases should be treated as capital investment is not an academic debate. Consumers are moving to T-Mobile in droves and those subscriber gains have sent its shares up 40% since September. But a bigger company needs more spectrum to keep customers happy, and another auction looms. The much larger Verizon and AT&T always come to auctions with wallets open: they spent $28 billion between them at the last one. The U.S. mobile market is not growing much. That implies that T-Mobile’s big subscriber gains have come directly from its rivals Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. In the first quarter, T-Mobile added nearly 1 million contract subscribers, while AT&T and Verizon had declines. T-Mobile is doing well, then. But it does not yet, in any meaningful sense, generate free cash. Competing in wireless is expensive, for incumbents and challengers alike.
15 Apr '15
divi reinvest land of blue sand
Sorry when said re invest through sip, I meant through drip, which is a company automatic divi reinvestment plan.
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