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Vodafone contact number

Email phishing scams are nothing new. In fact, they’ve been around for as long as email has, attempting to convince people to hand over their details before scamming them further. However, a new breed of phishing scam has hit Vodafone customers, who are now being warned about one of the most realistic scams yet.

Vodafone contact number

Vodafone are, in 2017, one of the biggest mobile networks not just in the UK, but in the world. With a turnover north of £40 billion in 2016, they’re a global telecommunications giant with a reach which extends into more sectors than you might imagine.

As a customer in the UK though, what should you know about Vodafone? In this guide, we’re going to break down the essentials about the company, from their founding right up to their current offerings for potential customers like you. Let’s get started, shall we?

december 2016

Let’s be honest, for all the good things about Vodafone, their communication skills aren’t up there with the best. It’s not because of a lack of news stories out there, it’s simply because the official channels that Vodafone use just aren’t kept as up to date as they could be.

So, we decided to pick up their slack and round up all of the Vodafone news stories that have hit the wires over the last 30 days. From terrible customer service scores to the potential for drone traffic management, it’s been an interesting December for Vodafone. Let’s dig in.

merger could go ahead

 

Corporate mergers are, in reality, the sorts of things which never happen quickly. Companies may well spend years appraising each other’s position in the market, assets, potential and value before engaging in talks to take over one another. Once those discussions are taking place, there’s no guarantee that they’ll even come to anything, and if they do, due diligence could put the kibosh on the whole thing before it gets anywhere. If that doesn’t get you, then competition and regulatory bodies might well do. Needless to say then, two huge companies coming together is a tricky business.

merger could go ahead

 

The world of corporate mergers is one of near constant buzz. If it isn’t one company planning a merger, then it’s another, and whilst this endless hum of rumour can become hard to pay any attention to, especially with so many whispers coming to nothing, there are some you should pay heed to. We heard about one such deal in June 2015 when the Vodafone Group and Liberty Global announced that they were in talks to exchange “select assets”. At the time, a Vodafone executive said “There is no certainty that any transaction will be agreed, nor is there certainty with respect to which assets will ultimately be involved”. Ultimately, those talks came up against some major stumbling blocks, and talks were terminated as of September 2015.

december 2016

Shopping for a mobile contract in the UK is something of a mixed blessing. On one hand, there’s very strong competition from all the mobile networks which drives cost down and quality up, whilst on the other hand, it can make choosing between those networks something of a nightmare. Between the latest handsets, special offers and bundled freebies, it can feel like you’re being pulled in all directions simultaneously.

vodafone contact number

Whether we’re ready or not, Christmas is just around the corner, and that means that it’s time to prize open that bank account and start splashing the cash a little. Whether it’s for a loved one or for yourself, there’s nothing quite like the month of December to convince you to spend the cash. When it comes to mobile phones, too, there’s basically no better time than near the Christmas season to get in on the latest handsets. With most new phones being announced in the summer/early autumn, by purchasing now you’ll get all the latest phones without having to worry about it being instantly replaced by a newer model.

vodafone contact number

Vodafone is a name that’s synonymous with mobile communications in the UK, as the company power millions of calls, texts and messages every single day across these fair isles. What many people don’t know though, is both the history and the sheer scale of Vodafone today. Put simply, it’s a telecommunications giant across the world, with over 434 million subscribers and operates in over 60 countries around the world. Indeed, the company’s market cap values the company at £60 billion.