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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
Head of Consumer Marketing
Director of Communications
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Vodafone Ireland Limited Key Developments
Vodafone Ireland Enhances 4G+ to Up to 225 Mbps
Jul 15 15
Vodafone Ireland has launched even faster speeds for mobile customers, enhancing its service to deliver speeds of up to 225 Mbps, after starting 4G+ last December at up to 150 Mbps. That is thirty times faster than standard 4G. It is also available to more people across more locations within Ireland's five cities. 4G+ is available to Vodafone RED Business, RED Super Business, RED Extra, RED Super and RED Extra Super bill pay customers at no extra cost until March 2016 using a range of 4G+ enabled smartphones. These include the Samsung S5+, Sony Xperia Z3+ and Vodafone Smart Ultra.
Vodafone Ireland Launches Smart Ultra 6 in Ireland
Jul 10 15
Vodafone Ireland launched the Smart ultra 6, the high performing handset in its popular Smart series, offering fantastic specifications and value for money to customers wanting a device to explore demanding 4G applications. Priced from EUR 169.99, the device is available both in-store and online at Vodafone.ie. The Vodafone Smart ultra 6 weighs just 151 grams and is designed to reassure Irish customers with a design that feels substantial in the hand (155 mm x 77 mm x 8.35 mm). This new Vodafone handset offers the high specification camera ever in a Vodafone device with a 13 megapixel (MP) rear-facing Sony camera. This makes it easier to perfectly capture the moment with a range of features including LED flash, auto focus, touch focus, face detection and high dynamic range imaging. There is also a 5 MP front-facing camera for high-resolution selfies. One can also shoot 1080p video with the rear camera and 720p with the front. Key features of the handset also include: Flipboard for news comes pre-loaded and showcases the liquid crystal display screen's ultra's sharp 1920 x 1080p resolution; In-plane switching also means better colour reproduction and wider viewing angles enabling multiple people to watch TV and videos on the large 14 cm (5.5 inch) screen; Demanding applications such as Sky Sports are smoothly managed by the Qualcomm MSM8939 octa-core processor supported by 2 gigabyte (GB) of RAM; Android's latest Lollipop 5.0.2 operating system includes: a more consistent design across Android devices; SmartLock, which automatically unlocks the phone when it is paired with trusted devices such as a Bluetooth headset; and a battery saver feature that will extend the battery life up to 90 minutes. As battery lasting power is a constant priority for customers, this device includes an impressive 3000 milliampere hour in-built battery lasts up to two days with average usage before charging is required. There is also plenty of internal memory for apps, videos and photos with 8GB available to store content (16GB in total), plus the ability to extend it up to 128 GB with a microSD card.
Vodafone Ireland Announces Earnings Results for the Year Ended March 2015
Apr 24 15
Vodafone Ireland announced earnings results for the year ended March 2015. The company made a pre-tax profit down 14% to EUR 100.2 million in its financial year to the end of March. The mobile operator's revenue declined by 1.4% to EUR 1.004 billion in the last fiscal year, from EUR 1.018 billion a year earlier. Data usage grew by 45% in a year and ARPU increased by 1.8% to EUR 29.90 in the fiscal fourth quarter, compared to the year-earlier period. The operator increased its cash position to EUR 11.2 million at the end of March from EUR 5.1 million a year ago.
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