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Defence giant BAE has announced a five-year tie-up with Vodafone that will see the duo work on cyber-security products.

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Vodafone’s UK customers are spending less on their mobiles as they become more savvy about deals being offered and make sure they don’t breach the voice and text allowances in their contracts.

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Punters were dialling up their brokers to buy shares in Vodafone today after a decree from American hedge fund star David Einhorn.

Vodafone Sure Signal: a tiny mast that packs a lot of power - but don't worry - it won't fry your brain

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Questions of Cash: My Vodafone account was closed – but then the debt collector called

Q. I closed my account with Vodafone on 12 July, paying £92.76, including a £51 termination fee. I was told the account would be closed on that day. Yet on 2 November I received a bill for £36.19. Apparently the account had been merely suspended, accumulating a monthly fee.

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Chancellor's 4G cash prospects improve as seven bidders sign up

George Osborne's hopes of raising at least £3.5bn from the auction of super-fast 4G mobile spectrum got a big boost yesterday when seven telecoms companies were approved as potential bidders by the regulator Ofcom.

James Moore: Chancellor won’t get hammered in auction

It's a risky thing to set a target price for an auction as the Government has done with the sale of bandwidth for 4G mobile phone broadband services.

Osborne 4G windfall on track as seven bidders get go-ahead

George Osborne’s hopes of raising at least £3.5 billion from the auction of super-fast 4G mobile spectrum today got a big boost as seven telecoms firms were approved as potential bidders by regulator Ofcom.

Demand could see UK 4G auction raise £4 billion

Government hopes for 4G airwaves windfall boosted by successful auctions abroad

Demand could see UK auction raise more than £2 billion

Vodafone dials up huge charges in southern Europe market

Vodafone showed yesterday there is no let-up in the financial woes in southern Europe as it wrote off £5.9bn on the value of its businesses in Spain and Italy, tipping the mobiles giant into a half-year loss of £492m.

Vodafone write-offs in southern Europe wipe out profits

Vodafone yesterday showed there is no let-up in the financial woes in southern Europe as it wrote off £5.9bn on the value of its businesses in Spain and Italy, tipping the mobiles giant into a half-year loss of £492m.

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