British multinational telecoms business Vodafone Group. Newbury, Berkshire, UK serves as both the company’s registered address and global headquarters. Most of its services are offered across Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania. The Vodafone Group Plc is a company that offers telecom services. Small and medium-sized businesses, big, international corporations, and carrier services are the main topics.


Vodafone owns and runs networks in 21 countries as of January 2023, and it has partner networks in an additional 47 nations. In 150 nations, its Vodafone Global Enterprise segment offers business clients telephony and IT services.

Vodafone is a part of the FTSE 100 Index and has its principal listing on the London Stock Exchange. The business is also listed on Nasdaq.

The Racal Vital Radio Ltd. subsidiary of Racal Gadgets, the UK’s largest manufacturer of military radio equipment, was established in 1981. Its joint venture with Millicom produced the name “Racal,” which later evolved into the name “Vodafone.”

With its most famous office located in the Yard in Newbury, Berkshire, Vodafone was launched on January 1st, 1985 under the new name Racal-Vodafone (Property) Ltd. Racal Key Radio was then called Racal Media communications Gathering Restricted.

Vodafone offers a variety of services, including: Automobile and Network.

  • Purchasers.
  • Crisis management.
  • Safety and well-being.
  • IoT.
  • Items.
  • Protecting individuals

Our goal at Vodafone is to collaborate for a better future.

Our goal is to create a fair, computerized society that is inclusive of everyone, where innovation and networking are improving the future and improving people’s lives.

Vodafone’s top-notch global communications business provides administration in 23 languages and 200 countries.

It’s not necessarily required to have a Vodafone account in order to use their coverage.

This is because the signal from Vodafone powers a number of other mobile networks.

For their coverage, ASDA Mobile, Lebara Mobile, Talkmobile, and VOXI presently rely on Vodafone.