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20 February 2013
Vodafone has reportedly taken the next step in a potential €10 billion bid for Germany’s largest cable operator, Kabel Deutschland, by hiring Goldman Sachs as an advisor.
An acquisition of the cableco would transform the German
telecoms market, where Vodafone already holds significant
wireless market share but lags behind Deutsche Telekom in the
fixed broadband sector.
A person with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters
Global insurance firm Aviva has extended its contract with Vodafone to provide a range of communications services, including cloud storage.
Vodafone Portugal and Portugal Telecom have signed an agreement to deploy and share fibre networks to reach 900,000 homes in Portugal.
Vodafone Egypt has announced plans to invest approximately $1.3 billion to improve its network over the next three years.
Vodafone and Greek business partner Wind has reportedly made a bid for the country’s largest subscription television provider Forthnet.
Vodafone is unlikely to acquire any telecoms assets in Mexico, CEO Vittorio Colao said today.
As Vodafone continues to invest billions across the world in its mobile and cable TV network, it has been easy to overlook the small but significant advancements it has made with its M2M division.