The Bemilo system, to be run on the Vodafone network, offers a service for parents to prevent their children from going online, texting or calling during certain hours.
The Hacker’s Choice announced a security problem with Vodafone’s Mobile Phone Network today.
Indian tax authorities have given Vodafone 30 days to pay a 112bn rupee ($2.5bn, £1.6bn) tax bill, as part of an ongoing tax dispute.
An interesting piece in the Mobile Business Briefing points to the possibility that European carriers like Orange, T-Mobile, and Vodafone could be working together to build their own OS, possibly following the China Mobile model of creating their own flavor of Android far-removed from the official Google code.
Two telecom operator-backed software groups are merging to counter increasing competition from new rivals Google and Apple for mobile phone applications.
One in six American mobile phone users have been shocked by surprise fees and charges in their monthly bills, according to a survey that regulators said highlights the need for more transparency by wireless companies.
For many years we in Europe have been somewhat smug about inventing and building GSM and its follow-on family of standards into a worldwide success.
On the back of this innovation, Vodafone, Orange and Telefonica have become global players, and technology vendors, such as Ericsson and Nokia, have built themselves into world-class leaders in their fields. A very creditable performance with a significant positive impact on European GDP.
India’s auction of 3G spectrum is over and prices soared way beyond the expectation of analysts. The damage: $14.5 billion.
When Google introduced its high-end Nexus One Android-based smartphone complete with a direct-to-consumer sales strategy in January, it promised to reshape consumers’ smartphone perceptions and fundamentally change the way handsets are purchased–a change that involved bypassing the operator altogether and challenging its own Android licensee handset vendors in the market.
MUMBAI – Bharti Airtel, India’s top mobile operator, added 3 million mobile subscribers in March, and took its total subscribers to 127.6 million, data released by an industry body showed on Friday.
Third ranked Vodafone Essar, controlled by Vodafone, signed up 3.63 million mobile users in March, to boost its total to 100.9 million, the Cellular Operators Association of India said.
Fifth-ranked Idea Cellular gained 1.7 million mobile subscribers, taking its total to 63.8 million.