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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
  -0.20 -0.14% 141.82 141.98 142.02 142.50 140.70 142.48 41,883,764 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 38,056

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/3/2021
08:01
Thanks for sharing. Good close yesterday and a decent opening this morning, Perhaps a rerating is on the cards, finally.
davius
11/3/2021
07:09
the times (tempus) today hTTps://ibb.co/C7ctWqq
unastubbs
10/3/2021
08:38
So what is the cost of the IPO to VOD?...and is VOD transferring any debt to Vantage Towers?...
diku
09/3/2021
14:15
> time 2 retire9 Mar '21 - 13:00 - 2617 of 2619 > Am i missing something here, I thought vantage was expected to be worth upto £20 > billion. > Or are they only selling off a percentage? Vodafone will retain at least 75% of the shares in Vantage. I would expect demand for Vantage to be high and that they will end the first day at a healthy premium. Maybe not the £20bn previously rumoured, but perhaps north of £15bn. Not long to wait in any case.
davius
09/3/2021
13:13
Charting wise we have to break through 136p then 141p which have resistance. After that, yes, 160p is very likely.
cw2000
09/3/2021
13:00
Am i missing something here, I thought vantage was expected to be worth upto £20 billion. Or are they only selling off a percentage?
time 2 retire
09/3/2021
12:40
No we won't, they are retaining most of Vantage, there's a book building exercise for what they are selling.
davius
09/3/2021
12:16
Anybody know will current share holders receive any Vintage Tower shares?
gemmaqiu12
09/3/2021
12:02
Bring on 200p. Then I'll sell :) Want to switch to Verizon / AT&T
geckotheglorious
09/3/2021
11:43
Bring on 160p...
diku
09/3/2021
11:35
I agree. This float will be the best thing in a long time for VOD. I've a TP of 160p for 2021. spud
spud
09/3/2021
11:33
Vantage Towers IPO values company at up to €14.7 billion hTTps://www.telecomtv.com/content/access-evolution/vantage-towers-ipo-values-company-at-up-to-14-7-billion-41007/
geckotheglorious
09/3/2021
11:24
Vantage Towers IPO values company at up to €14.7 billion Ray Le Maistre By Ray Le Maistre Mar 9, 2021 AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to LinkedIn Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to EmailShare to More Picture courtesy of Vantage Towers Picture courtesy of Vantage Towers Shares set to list on Frankfurt exchange on 18 March Demand will determine final price and number of shares listed Parent Vodafone could raise up to €2.8 billion from IPO Vantage Towers, Vodafone’s neutral host spin-off that has 82,000 macro sites in 10 markets around Europe, is to list its shares on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange from 18 March in an IPO that will value the company at up to €14.7 billion and raise parent company Vodafone up to €2.8 billion. Vantage says the price range for its shares is €22.50 to €29.00 and that, depending on demand, it will sell a minimum of €2 billion worth of stock, but that could rise to €2.8 billion. Two investors, Digital Colony and RRI, have pledged to invest €950 million between them as part of the IPO process. The maximum stake to be sold in this listing will be 24.6% of Vantage’s total share capital. Depending on the price range, Vantage says its market value will be between €11.4 billion and €14.7 billion. Vodafone will receive all the proceeds but also assume the costs of the IPO process. The valuation, which may be regarded as a little below expectations, hasn’t spooked Vodafone’s investors, as the operator’s share price is up slightly on the London Stock Exchange today at 127 pence. The success of the IPO, which was confirmed in late February, will provide other neutral host companies with an indication of the value of their assets and the appetite from investors for such businesses. “Demand for data and connectivity across Europe is powering growth in the towers sector,” stated Vantage Towers CEO Vivek Badrinath in the company’s pricing announcement. “Our superior grid and leading market positions mean we are well placed to benefit from this growth and our recent financial results highlighted the good commercial and operational momentum across the business.” As a neutral, wholesale company (but one with a very strong anchor tenant in the form of Vodafone’s operating units), Vantage aims to be a 5G superhost and play a prominent role in the mobile broadband infrastructure strategies of multiple service providers. But it faces stiff competition from the likes of Cellnex, whose most recent M&A move was in France, and American Tower, which is buying Telef√≥nica’s tower assets. To add to the neutral host mix in Europe, Orange recently announced the formation of Totem, which has 25,500 sites in France and Spain. - Ray Le Maistre, Editorial Director, TelecomTV
ariane
09/3/2021
11:00
I think Vodafone have put a "come and get me" price tag on Vantage. At the top end estimate, Vantage is worth 48p per share to Vodafone. It wouldn't surprise me to see a hefty premium when dealings begin too, Vodafone are selling a comparatively small portion of the business, which will be expected to have a very high yield in a mature and growing market. They can afford to let their initial shares go fairly cheaply since their bottom line will benefit from any increase in the value of their Vantage shares. With debt being so cheap they can retain their holding in the knowledge that when rates do (if ever!) eventually start to rise they have a listed asset that could be offloaded to pay down further debt, if needed. I think they are playing a blinder. I have added this morning.
davius
09/3/2021
09:37
What % stake is VOD letting go in the Towers to get 2.8bln max?...
diku
09/3/2021
08:21
Vodafone Group PLC (LON:VOD) is to receive up to €2.8bn from the IPO of mobile infrastructure business Vantage Towers. The price of the float was set today in a range of €22.50 to €29.00 per share that implies a total market capitalisation for Vantage Towers of €11.4 bn to €14.7bn. The value of shares to be offered in the listing not less than €2bn but that could rise to €2.8bn if demand is good. Vodafone will receive all of the net proceeds from the potential sale of Shares under the Base Offer, Upsize Option and any Over-Allotment Shares acquired pursuant to the Greenshoe Option, said the statement today. Vantage Towers will not receive any of the proceeds from, or incur any costs in connection with, the IPO, the statement added Digital Colony, a leading digital infrastructure investor and operator, will be a cornerstone investor in the IPO, alongside RRJ, a global equity fund based in Singapore, with commitments of €500mln and €450mln. The offer period starts today and is expected to end around 17 March 2021 with first trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange expected to be the day after, 18 March. Vivek Badrinath, Vantage Towers chief executive, said: "The Vantage Towers IPO is moving ahead at pace. “Today's price range announcement is accompanied by the news that two leading global investors have committed to cornerstone our IPO with the purchase of €950 million of shares at the offer price. “Demand for data and connectivity across Europe is powering growth in the towers sector. Our superior grid and leading market positions mean we are well placed to benefit from this growth and our recent financial results highlighted the good commercial and operational momentum across the business." Vantage is a leading mobile towers company in Europe with approximately 82,000 macro sites in 10 countries.
muscletrade
09/3/2021
07:27
Vodafone Group PLC and its European towers unit, Vantage Towers AG, on Tuesday set the price range for a planned initial public offering of Vantage, in which shares worth up to EUR2.8 billion ($3.32 billion) will be offered. Vantage said the price range for its planned IPO on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange has been set at EUR22.50-EUR29 a share, giving it a market capitalization of between EUR11.4 billion and EUR14.7 billion. Vodafone is targeting gross proceeds from a base offer of EUR2 billion from the sale of up to 88.9 million shares in Vantage, which may be increased by up to EUR500 million by placing up to 22.2 million Vantage shares with investors, Vantage said. Vodafone has also made available up to 13.3 million shares, worth up to EUR300 million, to cover possible over-allotments, taking the maximum size of the offer to EUR2.8 billion, Vantage said. Digital-infrastructure investor Digital Colony and Singapore-based equity fund RRJ have committed to buying Vantage shares worth EUR500 million and EUR450 million, respectively, Vantage said. Vantage said it won't receive any proceeds from the IPO. Trading is expected to start on or around March 18, it said. Write to Adria Calatayud at adria.calatayud@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires March 09, 2021 01:59 ET (06:59 GMT)
waldron
07/3/2021
13:18
Three of Britain's biggest internet providers tell regulator that broadband customers are suffering outages due to poor service from BT infrastructure arm By Alex Lawson, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:50 GMT, 6 March 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 6 March 2021 Three of Britain's biggest internet providers have told the regulator that broadband customers are suffering outages due to poor service from BT's infrastructure arm. Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk – which use Openreach's network – have written to the chief executive of telecoms watchdog Ofcom claiming that increasing numbers of customers are suffering faults. In the letter to Dame Melanie Dawes, which has also been sent to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, they claim that almost 6 per cent of customers who buy an Openreach-based broadband service experience a fault in the first month. This is a rise of almost a fifth from December 2019 to November 2020. Driven to distraction: Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk have written to the chief executive of telecoms watchdog Ofcom +1 Driven to distraction: Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk have written to the chief executive of telecoms watchdog Ofcom They also claim that one in 15 customers who had a problem repaired experienced a further fault within a month of the repair. The trio are concerned that Openreach's push to roll out full-fibre broadband across the country may leave customers on older, copper wire-based services behind, experiencing more outages and worsening service at a higher cost. The broadband providers want Ofcom to set new standards on service quality for Openreach. Ofcom said it would soon set out regulations for Openreach's repair and installation times. Openreach director Olly Kunc said: 'With demand for broadband doubling, we've been open with our partners about the challenges – like having to temporarily pause home visits to keep customers and engineers safe – so it's disappointing to see these selective figures.' Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk all declined to comment.
sarkasm
05/3/2021
12:07
VOD the biggest laggard in history...
diku
02/3/2021
14:44
Fat finger...
diku
02/3/2021
08:52
fake news discredited poster
ritchyrich
02/3/2021
08:27
Special dividend? News to me! spud
spud
01/3/2021
21:57
Even with special Divi why the price is not moving????
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