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  1. New UK mobile provider bundles music streaming service as standardRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Engadget

    ... app. While ROK Mobile's bundled streaming strategy may be somewhat novel, it's not completely unmatched, since Vodafone offers free Spotify subscriptions on some of its pricier pay-monthly tariffs. Still, healthy competition is never a bad thing, ...


  2. ROK Mobile signs Three for music MVNORead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Aurora Era-Banner

    ... the UK. There is an increasing trend towards bundling music streaming with other services. In the telecoms world, Vodafone offers Spotify as part of its Red Value bundle. Spotify is also working with US carrier Sprint to bundle Spotify's service ...


  3. Mobile signal woe 'continuing'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Newsday

    Mobile phone users in an Oxfordshire village insist their mobile phone service is still inadequate, following work on a mast. Vodafone and O2 customers in Charlbury were left without text, calls or data services while a mast was "decommissioned" before a 4G upgrade.


  4. Fuel Cells Promise To Reduce Carbon Emissions of Mobile Base StationsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Slashdot

    Mickeycaskill writes: Vodafone says fuel cells could reduce the carbon emissions and noise pollution caused by mobile base stations in remote areas of developing economies. The company has 122 million mobile data customers in emerging markets and needs to expand its network in these countries to meet demand.


  5. Exclusive excerpts from President Kalam's last project, the forthcoming book Advantage IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Outlook

    ... M-Pesa, a product started in Kenya by a non-governmental organisation and then taken over by the multinational Vodafone, and Airtel Money, a service offered by an Indian-grown multinational, fought for advertising space in the market near the ...


  6. EE holds on to top spot in latest RootMetrics UK rankingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cellular News

    EE retained its position as top performing operator in the RootMetrics 1st Half 2015 UK Mobile Network Performance Review, earning the highest Overall RootScore Award , followed by Three , Vodafone , and O2 . EE earned a clean sweep of all six UK RootScore awards including Overall Performance, Network Reliability, Network Speed, Mobile Internet, Call, and Text.


  7. Indian ISPs blocking porn website?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Times of India

    ... ISPs ACT, Spectranet, Tikona, Asianet and Hathway are blocking access to major porn websites. Mobile operator Vodafone is also blocking these websites. While some users are just getting a "This site has been blocked as per the instructions of ...


  8. Are landowners putting up barriers to mobile upgrades?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Eastern Daily Press

    ... the root of the problem may lie closer to home, with farmers and landowners. Mobile companies Telefonica (O2) and Vodafone have joined forces under Project Beacon to improve 4G data services by modernising national grid of 17,500 joint masts across ...


  9. a Uk first makes topping up even easier for Vodafone Uk Payg customersRead the original story

    Friday Jul 31 | GoMo News

    Innovative PowaTag platform allows customers to TopUp in a matter of seconds using a mobile or tablet Vodafone UK customers no longer confined to store opening times and can TopUp from catalogues and retail posters regardless of the time or day of the week The TopUp solution can be found across selected Vodafone UK stores and other national retailers such as Argos, Tesco, Co-Op and Sainsbury's July 31st 2015. Vodafone UK has announced that its PAYG [prepaid] customers will be able to TopUp at any time of the day while out and about, and in a matter of seconds - thanks to Powa Technologies' mobile commerce platform, PowaTag.


  10. Mobile phone company EE tries to explain why signal has been failing in AshbourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    ... used to provide mobile data or internet services. The News Telegraph has asked EE if there are any plans to follow Vodafone and O2 in providing the area with faster 4G data signals, and whether this week's outage has anything to do with a possible ...


  11. Business travel: what to do in Roam when trying to keep phone bills downRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Independent.ie

    ... that limit the damage of logging on to email or the web, it still costs more than using its larger domestic rivals. Vodafone has more pre-set add-ons for foreign travel than its Irish rivals. It's well advised to take advantage of one of these ...


  12. Because They're Worth It?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Light Reading

    ... CEO of New Zealand's Spark, whose total compensation last year was about $4.3 million -- more than was paid to Vodafone Group plc (NYSE: VOD) boss Vittorio Colao or Telecom Italia SpA (NYSE: TI) head Marco Patuano. That's not bad considering Spark ...


  13. Sky results raise calls for Vodafone buyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Aurora Era-Banner

    ... Pescatore, Director of Multiplay and Video at CCS Insight, commented: "We still strongly believe that strategically Vodafone and Sky would make the perfect fit, as their assets would strongly complement each other. "Scale will also be important and ...


  14. EE rated as best mobile network, with O2 the worstRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Computer Weekly

    ... performance and texts. In contrast, O2 came last in every test except calls, where it was second to last ahead of Vodafone. "EE is continuing to come out on top for mobile performance, but there is a heated - and often close - battle with the other ...


  15. iPhone 6S release date rumours & new featuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Macworld UK

    ... 2015. That's according to Mobile News, which reportedly got sent an email that was sent to internal staff by Vodafone. The email refers to the iPhone 6S as simply 'New iPhone' but it's unclear whether this means Apple will be dropping the numbering ...


  16. How EE ended its revenue slumpRead the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | Aurora Era-Banner

    ... ate and integrate. By the time you get to last year, the benefits of the merger are beginning to become apparent. Vodafone last week saw its UK revenues flat for the quarter, falling slightly in reported terms from A 1.433 billion to A 1.429 billion.


  17. Vodafone and MTN strike interconnectivity deal for mobile money...Read the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | Techmeme

    Vodafone and MTN strike interconnectivity deal for mobile money remittances between their networks in East and Central Africa - Africa Makes Leap in Cross-Border Mobile Payments - New partnerships aimed at getting a bigger slice of the $48 billion Africans sent and received last year


  18. MVNO Monday: a guide to the week's virtual operator developmentsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    ... Authority (CMA's) investigation into BT's GBP12.5 billion (USD19.4 billion) acquisition of EE , TalkTalk said Vodafone had also ended agreements with Sainsbury's and Carphone Warehouse . The TalkTalk statement, as quoted by Tech Week Europe, read: ...


  19. iPhone 7: Pictures emerge ahead of Apple launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Independent.ie

    ... We'll just have to wait to find out. The iPhone 6s' sale date has been given away in a leaked internal email from Vodafone. The email reveals the newest handset will go on sale on September 25, with pre-orders being accepted from September 18. The ...


  20. Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa lead adoption of M2MRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Microwave Engineering Online

    The third annual Vodafone M2M Barometer report shows that with over 35% adoption, companies in Africa, Middle East and Asia/Pacific region continue to outperform other regions around the world in the adoption of this technology, compared to the global average of 27%. Vodafone Asia Pacific head of Machine-to-Machine business, Justin Nelson said, "Asian businesses are well ahead of their global competitors through the accelerated adoption of M2M technologies.