VOD.L - Vodafone Group Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
215.75
-1.10 (-0.51%)
As of 8:49AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close216.85
Open217.00
Bid215.70 x 0
Ask215.75 x 0
Day's range215.45 - 217.35
52-week range186.50 - 233.90
Volume3,635,000
Avg. volume53,921,081
Market cap58.2B
Beta0.86
PE ratio (TTM)-8.17
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.17 (6.07%)
Ex-dividend date2017-06-08
1y target estN/A
  • Mobile customers still being charged for handsets they have already paid for, consumer group warns
    Sky News3 days ago

    Mobile customers still being charged for handsets they have already paid for, consumer group warns

    Loyal mobile phone customers could be being charged for their handsets after they have paid them off, a consumer group has warned. Citizens Advice says Vodafone, Three and EE, three of the biggest mobile companies in the UK, are failing to reduce bills once phones bought under fixed-term contracts - which usually last for 12, 18 or 24 months - have been paid for. It alleges people with Vodafone contracts are paying up to £38 a month for handsets, with EE and Three charging up to £34 a month, on top of charges for data, calls and texts.

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  • 'Loyalty penalty' of over £1 a day for top smartphones - report
    Sky News3 days ago

    'Loyalty penalty' of over £1 a day for top smartphones - report

    Mobile phone firms are denying they hide charges of more than £1 per day for handsets after fixed-term contracts expire. Citizens Advice has accused three major players of failing to reduce bills to reflect that a phone has been paid for - demanding providers make their billing more transparent. It alleged people with Vodafone were paying up to £38 monthly for top-end smartphones because they remained on the same tariff after the conclusion of a fixed-term contract - usually two years.

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    Why I’d prefer Vodafone Group plc over this top growth stock

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  • Billionaire Birla May Tap Markets Amid Telecom Shakeout
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    Billionaire Birla May Tap Markets Amid Telecom Shakeout

    Billionaire Kumar Mangalam Birla, whose Idea Cellular Ltd. is poised to become India’s top carrier, sees only a handful of businesses surviving a price war roiling the world’s second largest telecom market....

  • Timeout in India's Billionaire Dogfight
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    Timeout in India's Billionaire Dogfight

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  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    UK PM May tells business chiefs: two-year Brexit transition is assured- source

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May told business leaders during a meeting on Monday that they should treat a two-year transition period after Brexit as assured, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters. May said last month that she would seek a Brexit transition period of around two years after Britain formally leaves the EU in 2019, aiming to appease businesses concerned that the country could leave the European Union without a deal.

  • May to consult business leaders on Brexit
    Reuters14 days ago

    May to consult business leaders on Brexit

    Prime Minister Theresa May will meet GlaxoSmithKline, Vodafone and HSBC and other major companies on Monday to hear what they want from talks on Britain's relationship with the EU after Brexit. Businesses have become increasingly alarmed by the slow progress of negotiations and the prospect that the country could crash out of the trading bloc without a deal in 2019.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    May says to meet business leaders on Monday in Downing Street

    British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet business leaders next week to discuss Britain's departure from the European Union, her office said on Friday, after a former party chairman said there was a plot to topple her. A quarterly meeting with businesses including HSBC (HSBA.L), Morgan Stanley (MS.N), Vodafone (VOD.L) and WPP (WPP.L) to discuss Brexit will go ahead on Monday as usual, a spokeswoman for May's office said. "The Business Advisory Council is an important part of our preparations for leaving the EU – allowing us to seek the views of experienced business leaders and to share with them the government’s vision for a successful Brexit," May said in an emailed statement.

  • Is Vodafone's new ad campaign a little too clever?
    Sky News18 days ago

    Is Vodafone's new ad campaign a little too clever?

    Vodafone, the world's second largest mobile phone operator, tomorrow launches the biggest advertising campaign in its 33-year history. Out goes the 'Power to You' strapline the company has used in all of its advertising and marketing campaigns since 2009, and in comes a new slogan: 'The future is exciting. Staying in place will be the Vodafone 'speech mark' logo that was created in 1998.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    'The future is exciting. Ready?' asks Vodafone in new ad push

    Ready?", Vodafone (VOD.L) is asking in a new campaign it hopes will capture a sense of optimism about technology, an association mobile operators have to some extent lost in recent years to the likes of Facebook, Google and Apple. The slogan, which replaces "Power to You", in use since 2009, will be deployed in all of the company's 36 markets from Friday in the biggest ad campaign in its 33-year history, Vodafone said. "Technology can be complex, can be overwhelming and can sometimes alienate people," said Serpil Timuray, Vodafone's chief commercial operations and strategy officer.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    'The future is exciting. Ready?' asks Vodafone in new ad push

    Ready?", Vodafone is asking in a new campaign it hopes will capture a sense of optimism about technology, an association mobile operators have to some extent lost in recent years to the likes of Facebook, Google and Apple. The slogan, which replaces "Power to You", in use since 2009, will be deployed in all of the company's 36 markets from Friday in the biggest ad campaign in its 33-year history, Vodafone said. "Technology can be complex, can be overwhelming and can sometimes alienate people," said Serpil Timuray, Vodafone's chief commercial operations and strategy officer.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    'The future is exciting. Ready?' asks Vodafone in new ad push

    Ready (Shanghai: 600090.SS - news) ?", Vodafone is asking in a new campaign it hopes will capture a sense of optimism about technology, an association mobile operators have to some extent lost in recent years to the likes of Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) , Google and Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL - news) . The slogan, which replaces "Power to You", in use since 2009, will be deployed in all of the company's 36 markets from Friday in the biggest ad campaign in its 33-year history, Vodafone said. "Technology can be complex, can be overwhelming and can sometimes alienate people," said Serpil Timuray, Vodafone's chief commercial operations and strategy officer.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    BUZZ-Telefonica Deutschland: "O2 brand" weakness, RBC cuts to 'underperform'

    ** Shares in German mobile operator fall 2 pct ** RBC cuts to "underperform" from "outperform", saying co's core "O2 brand" weakness base needs reinvestment ** "Incremental ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Smartphones made in India? Manufacturing ambition hits hurdles

    India's ambitions to become a smartphone-making powerhouse are foundering over a lack of skilled labour and part suppliers along with a complex tax regime, industry executives say. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has championed a manufacturing drive, under the slogan 'Make in India', to boost the sluggish economy and create millions of jobs. Among the headline-grabbing details was a plan to eventually make Apple (APPL.O) iPhones in India.

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    Kenyan opposition leader targets Safaricom staff over election

    Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has asked his lawyers to prosecute six employees of telecoms operator Safaricom for conspiring with election board officials to rig the nullified Aug. 8 presidential poll. The Supreme Court annulled President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election on Sept. 1, citing irregularities and illegalities in the transmission of results, and ordered another election within 60 days. Odinga accused Safaricom of failing to alert the authorities about illegal activities during the electronic transmission of results.

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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Indian telecoms fee cut seen boosting upstart operator Reliance Jio

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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    India regulator orders sharp cut in mobile interconnection fees

    India's telecoms regulator has more than halved a fee mobile operators pay each other for calls from one network to another in a move that could hurt leading operators including Bharti Airtel (BSE: BHARTIARTL.BO - news) and Vodafone's Indian business. Operators in India do not charge customers for incoming calls, but the carrier from whose network a call originates pays the network that receives the call. Vodafone India, the market's second-biggest carrier, described the move as "retrograde" and said it could affect investment in network coverage in rural areas.

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