Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Vodafone Ireland Limited
Vodafone Ireland Limited provides mobile communications services. It offers mobile Internet and broadband services for homes and businesses; 3G and 4G mobile broadband services; data, fax, and SMS digital services; and general packet radio services. The company also offers phones and tablets, accessories, vouchers, and broadband and Internet plans online. It serves mobile, fixed line, and DSL customers in Ireland, the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Canada, Australia, Southern Africa, Greece, the United Kingdom, and internationally. Vodafone Ireland Limited was formerly known as Eircell Limited and changed its name to Vodafone Ireland Limited in December 2000. The company was founded i...
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for Vodafone Ireland Limited
Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Group
Head of Consumer Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Vodafone Ireland Limited Key Developments
Vodafone Ireland Announces IT Communications Partnership with Ryanair
Feb 19 15
Vodafone Ireland announced details of its partnership with Ryanair to provide 95% of the carrier's telecoms, machine to machine and communications needs. The agreement will facilitate Ryanair's teams including pilots and cabin crew with up to the minute information, improving the overall customer experience within the airline. The partnership signifies Vodafone's increased capabilities to provide large scale business with a full complement of communications and IT solutions. Vodafone will support ticketing, check-in, ground crews, in-flight crews and pilots with telephony, fixed line and mobile 3G and 4G functionality across Ryanair's 189 locations in Europe and North Africa.
Vodafone Ireland Launches LTE-A Network
Dec 4 14
Vodafone Ireland has launched LTE-A service in Waterford, making it the first operator in the country to offer this technology delivering up to 150 Mbps data speeds. Vodafone plans to start offering LTE-A in Cork, Dublin and Limerick by the end of the year. LTE-A, which Vodafone is branding 4G+, is available to Vodafone Red Super Business and Red Extra Super customers at no extra cost until April, using the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Alpha LTE-A enabled smartphones. Vodafone said its 4G and 3G networks now cover 79% and 95% of the population, respectively.
Vodafone Ireland Reports Revenue Results for the Second Quarter Ended September 30, 2014
Nov 12 14
Vodafone Ireland reported revenue results for the second quarter ended September 30, 2014. The company reported GBP 185 million of service revenue in the quarter, down by 0.1% on an organic basis compared to the year-earlier period.
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