Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vodafone Group Plc LSE:VOD London Ordinary Share GB00BH4HKS39 ORD USD0.20 20/21
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.18 2.77% 155.30 154.76 154.82 155.14 149.76 150.50 115,262,795 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,636.6 -2,252.2 -25.0 - 41,575

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17/12/2019
21:32
They tend to slag each other with no out comes...
diku
17/12/2019
19:25
Ravi Shankar has to talk tough in public but we'll have to see how it all plays out.
highlands
17/12/2019
11:31
Ravi Shankar Prasad hits out at Vodafone for 'dictating' terms to India Updated: 16 Dec 2019, 10:14 PM IST https://www.livemint.com/news/india/ravi-shankar-prasad-hits-out-at-vodafone-for-dictating-terms-to-india-11576514100338.html Vodafone threatened of withdrawing from the Indian market following a Supreme Court ruling on the adjusted gross revenues Prasad said the government has given a potential benefit of up to ₹42,000 crore by agreeing to defer the spectrum repayment period for the telcos Mumbai: Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday hit out at British telco Vodafone for "dictating" terms to India when it threatened of withdrawing from the Indian market following a Supreme Court ruling. He also said Mahanagar Telecom Nagar Ltd and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd are strategic assets that should remain in the fray and ensure better competition. After the Supreme Court's ruling on the adjusted gross revenues (AGR) that created a liability of ₹1.4 lakh crore for telecom firms, Vodafone's global leadership had cast doubts over the future of the company in India. "I don't appreciate this kind of statement, firmly and clearly. We have given all the options of doing business but no one should dictate terms to us. India is a sovereign country," Prasad said while speaking at the Times Network's India Economic Conclave. "India is a sovereign country, we are open to give all the benefits, all the indulgence, all the help, open to all the suggestions. But, any form of dictation is plainly not acceptable," the minister added. Prasad welcomed the explanation given by the company, wherein it had said those remarks were misquoted. He said the government has given a potential benefit of up to ₹42,000 crore by agreeing to defer the spectrum repayment period for the telcos and expressed an inability to do anything beyond that. State-owned companies such as GAIL and RailTel Corporation of India have also made representation to the ministry. Prasad exhorted the private sector telcos to provide flawless service with enriching customer experience by making the right investments. Meanwhile, on the Citizenship Amendment Act-related protests, Prasad said the violence "is regrettable and is also sponsored". He also said, "Some people are trying to provoke communal violence. Political parties have to rise beyond petty politics." He also decried Rahul Gandhi's statement on Veer Savarkar over the weekend, terming it as "irresponsible and deliberate denigration of a great son of india". spud
spud
17/12/2019
09:09
The bod are complete failures ,the silent dead The ceo / chairman Are rubbish just ripping off the company before they are removed at the agm .Vote them all out
portside1
16/12/2019
17:01
VNP. FTSE up 2.2% VOD up 1.4%. spud
spud
16/12/2019
16:18
VNP you mean the FTSE 100. I'm sure you understand the FTSE 100 is made up of 100 companies each having a 'weighting' dependant on their market capitalisation. So you may want to look at in terms of percentage rise (or fall) and not 'points'... India is a drag...
toon1966
16/12/2019
15:33
FT up 185 we manage 2.5. Wow
veryniceperson
16/12/2019
14:45
No not boris. We need a ceo with some balls to tell Indian pm Either change or we leave and dismantle all our property
portside1
16/12/2019
10:22
We need a Boris catapult! India is there biggest problem. They need to make it fair for the telcos or we get out.
veryniceperson
16/12/2019
09:02
Christmas Boris Bounce
supermarky
15/12/2019
11:35
Check out micro cap telecoms company Toople (TOOP) possible 200x bagger.
tewkesbury
14/12/2019
20:57
We should be getting news very soon on this tower sale
portside1
14/12/2019
15:50
Thanks all thats a bit more of a positive insite, at least this thread passes around helpful information unlike a lot of others.
beerboy2
13/12/2019
20:56
Somebody must have mentioned the Indians...hence the muted rise today...
diku
13/12/2019
20:32
Biggest price driver short term is the tower spin off. That alone should get us to 200p. But, don't spoil it by mentioning the Indians.....spud
spud
13/12/2019
19:54
I jumped aboard yesterday, With All this upcoming 5G in the pipeline and a decent Divi, I can see a good recovery on the next 12 months or so.
igoe104
13/12/2019
19:46
Because they are cheap and all the bad news as been built into the share price It's now time to go forward
portside1
13/12/2019
16:44
You may well be right and nothing would make me happier i was just asking what your reasoning was
beerboy2
13/12/2019
16:40
We will see who is right it will be myself
portside1
13/12/2019
16:02
What makes you think the shares about to fly its only up 1.5 % after the GL a lot of lse are up 4 to 5 % and with bloody India and a good divi, im expecting much of the same IMO.
beerboy2
13/12/2019
15:49
Have added a lot more today very happy to keep topping up For the rise that is going to come .Buy buy buy. Or miss out
portside1
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