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Vodafone ponders Cable & Wireless buy

Vodafone is considering whether to make an offer for networking and telecoms company Cable & Wireless.The UK mobile operator said on Monday that it was considering whether to put in a bid for Bracknell-based Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW).

February 13, 2012 by

Reality forces rewrite of Voda mission

Since the early days of the mobile industry, Vodafone has been determined to do things its own way — and that meant offering wireless services only. For all its independent spirit, the company's decision this week to resell NBN Co landline services has sealed the fate of both Vodafone in Australia and of carriers believing that you can run a top-tier telco on wireless alone.

May 5, 2011 by

Optus, Vodafone: we're getting 4G too

Vodafone Hutchison Australia and Optus have issued a muted reaction to Telstra's plans, which were announced early this morning, to upgrade its flagship Next G mobile network to the Long Term Evolution family of fourth generation (4G) wireless technologies, pointing out they were also in trials of the standard.

February 14, 2011 by

RIM's Storm: Why it matters

Research in Motion launched its Storm touch handheld and it is critical to the company's long-term plans.RIM, along with Vodafone and Verizon Wireless, launched the Storm on Wednesday (Techmeme, statement, Crave review, gallery).

October 8, 2008 by

Vodafone waves white flag in WiMax wars

After the government threw its hat in the ring over WiMax, friends and foes of the technology have been frothing at the mouth to deliver a natty sound bite on why the standard is the wireless equivalent of a cold sore or the saviour of all things broadband. Vodafone has now announced it's sleeping with enemy and joining the WiMax Forum. Who's the winner here?

August 14, 2007 by

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