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Vodafone gold partners upset by 29pc target rise


Dealers say the operator did not warn them of “unjustified” rise in targets and now fear they will be demoted to silver status Read the full story

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Everything Everywhere eyes SME market lead by 2015


Operator says it is on target to be the SME market leader by 2015 following a 500 per cent increase in connections last year Read the full story

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Vodafone launches OneNet marketing campaign


Multimillion campaign targeted at SMEs launched on Friday and will run through to year’s end Read the full story

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Micro-P: Crosstown traffic


Micro-P is offering IT, mobile and fixed line hardware across three distinct channels. The market has been slow on uptake, yet Micro-P’s profits have soared and the advent of tablet devices might just signal the arrival of proper convergence. By James Blackman Read the full story

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Vodafone targets 175k OneNet users by 2015


Vodafone UK claims early momentum in chase for new £14bn unified communications market Read the full story

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Vodafone OneNet tops 10,000 UK users


Vodafone claims UK sales of OneNet have passed 10,000 users and 1,000 business contracts; the operator is upping its marketing spend to help emulate international success Read the full story

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Cutting Room: Vodafone and O2 in B2B power match


The mobile industry is moving to embrace unified comms and ‘cloud’ computing in 2011, and operators Vodafone, O2 and Orange are putting stakes in the ground Read the full story

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Vodafone in Microsoft hosted services deal


Vodafone has agreed an exclusive deal with Microsoft to offer cloud services with its OneNet and OneNet Express products, Mobile News understands Read the full story

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2011 predictions: OneStream chairman Phil Rider


Phil Rider, chairman of leading Vodafone B2B dealers OneStream, suggests Vodafone is set to take share from O2 and Orange in 2011 Read the full story

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Voda confirms OneNet Express, 1m Europe OneNet users


Multi-million pound marketing campaign launches today, as Vodafone confirms cut-down OneNet service and millionth OneNet customer Read the full story

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