Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Vodafone Omnitel B.V.
Vodafone Omnitel B.V. provides mobile telecommunication services in Italy. It offers voicemail, SMS and MMS, roaming, short codes, and broadband services. The company also provides business service, such as mobile connect card, pocket office, and on line self care services; and SmartPass mobile payments systems and Vodafone Wallet, which allow customers to wave their phone at a point-of-sale terminal in order to pay for goods and services. In addition, it operates stores to sell its products and services. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Ivrea, Italy. Vodafone Omnitel B.V. operates as a subsidiary of Vodafone Group Public Limited Company.
Via Jervis, 13
Ivrea, TO 10015
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Vodafone Omnitel B.V.
Group Customer and Channel Management Director
Director of General Affairs and Security
Head of Media Relations and Corporate Communication
Director of Enterprise Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Vodafone Omnitel B.V. Key Developments
Vodafone Italia Reports Sales Results for the Six Months Ended June 2015
Jul 24 15
Vodafone Italia reported sales results for the six months ended June 2015. The company reported organic service revenues down 2.0% year-on-year to GBP 914 million in its fiscal first quarter to June, continuing its recent trend of revenue recovery following a fall of 4.1% in the previous quarter.
Vodafone Italia to Launch VoLTE
Jul 7 15
Vodafone Italia will launch voice over LTE on its 4G network from 16 July, promising better quality and quicker call set-up. In addition customers will be able to continue with 4G data connections while calling, without having to fall back to the 3G network. The operator has been testing VoLTE technology for several months already, and the service will be opened up this month for customers with compatible devices. TIM is expected to launch VoLTE by the end of this year, while Wind and 3 italia will follow with the technology next year.
Wind and Vodafone Italia Sign Letter of Intent with Metroweb Investors
Jun 1 15
Vodafone Italia and Wind have signed a letter of intent with shareholders of Metroweb to roll out a fibre-optic network throughout the country via a new vehicle called Metroweb Sviluppo (Metroweb Development). Vodafone Italia had already signed a non-disclosure agreement with infrastructure fund F2i over the possibility of buying a stake in Metroweb, while Wind had previously offered the assets of its fixed-line unit Infostrada as a means of implementing the government's broadband expansion plan. The project is open to other operators and investors who share the goal of building a national fibre-optic infrastructure in accordance with the guidelines and methods identified in the government's ultrabroadband plan.
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