Some hints of compromise with City overseers as Vodafone re-seeds post-pandemic, digital-led growth plan. New Chairman van Boxmeer appears to be lighting a fire under Group mindset and strategy. M&A talked up as a lever to help Vodafone in the push to revive growth. Another chunk of Vantage could ...
Group bounces out of pandemic slump, helped by lapping and increased business confidence.
Cautious CEO warns of further “bumps in the road”.
In Spain, another large-scale downsizing move made under cover of Digital Telco transformation, and as fodder for Group’s centralisation-led efficiency plans.
It just looks so easy to upgrade and migrate the nation to fibre and IP while keeping a pack of massively funded jackals at bay.
Even the odd slip looks like a sign of inherent strength.
All key KPIs improving … and Gfast, too.
Digging beneath the barrel to find positives in Q1.
Jansen a true believer who sees Global keeping pace with peers, buffeted by forces beyond its control, and well placed along with Enterprise to boost BT when corporate and public sector business bounces back.
Despite changing perimeters and restatements making a clear view difficult, organic growth across the business offers promise. Guidance improved on positive first half for revenue and profit, but operating cash flow is retreating compared with FY22 goals. Net debt coming down after disposals and restructuring, and Latin American loans ...
15-quarter streak of negative headline reported figures broken.
Buoyant management considers new asset-light operating model can prove longterm value of the regional OBs to the Group.
Contract mobility and fibre broadband positioned as central to commercial turnaround.
Core markets showing progress as the worst effects of the pandemic begin to recede. Steady move towards converged services across all markets reflects continued pursuit of a valuefocused strategy as digital services begin to proliferate. Spanish flagship leading the way on strategy, but still experiencing a tough competitive market. ...
Vi challenges Supreme Court decision to stick with DoT’s AGR liability calculation.
Vodafone’s junior partner Kumar Mangalam Birla resigns as Vi Chairman shortly after India’s top court sides with DoT.
Vi CEO Takkar claims private investors are more put off by India’s floor pricing than AGR dispute.
Vi shareholders wash their hands of JV’s plight.
Insist that private investment is the only way for Vi to remain going concern.
Vi CEO Ravinder Takkar claims private investors are more put off by India’s floor pricing than AGR dispute.
Q1 reiterated as a road to a recovery that will materialise in H2.
Consumer reviving but Global eponymously damned.
Microsoft deal more than slideware.
Virgin Media–O2 FTTP investment could be a backhanded compliment and gift to BT.