Vodafone is benefiting in challenging economic times from a diverse footprint which allows it to perform strongly in some markets while others are in economic or (Australia) operational difficulties. Vodafone has renewed its Group Strategy under the title 'Vodafone 2015', where 'Supermobile' remains the key Consumer initiative. It has tidied its portfolio and is focusing now more on additional partner relationships than acquisitions with Mobile Operators, and on multiple small-medium acquisitions in adjacent sectors and verticals. Restored good relations with Verizon are a positive overlay on consolidated markets, allowing operational synergies and a welcome $10bn dividend payment by Verizon Wireless to its owners. Media speculation around a Vodafone / Verizon merger seems, to GFP, unfounded. This new GFP Dossier examines Vodafone's strategic competitive situation. Quantitative and qualitative contributions from other SA programs including Wireless Operator Strategies are gratefully acknowledged. Global Forces Program serves Competitive and Strategic Intelligence on key players in Mobile ICT.
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Table of Contents
- 1 Strategic Impact on m-ICT Industry
- 2 Key Financials
- 3 Corporate Profile
- 4 Mission, Objectives & Strategies
- 5 Competitive Position
- 6 SWOT
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