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  1. Dare we say... telco fiddled while roam burned? Vodafone was today left counting the cost of reduced international travel among its customer base due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The group's revenue fell 2.3 per cent to €21.43bn in the six months ending to September 30, which the telco attributed [PDF] to a steep decline in roaming charges. Lower handset sales were also partially blamed. This periodic slump was most keenly observable during the start of the recorded period - when lockdown was in full swing - and largely tracked European flight volu
  2. Vodafone announces Huawei equipment removal from its 5G network's sensitive core Vodafone has announced that it will remove Huawei equipment from the sensitive areas of its 5G network. The decision will affect its operations across Europe after the UK recently made a decision on whether the Chinese firm should have a presence in networks inside the country. Under the new rules in the UK, telecoms can continue using Huawei technology but only in 35% of the network and in non-sensitive parts such as the network’s core. Commenting on the move, Chief
  3. Hackers are behind bars for stealing $30,000 from accounts, but Vodafone wants their victims to pay the tab. If you use a simple, easy-to-guess password such as "QWERTY" or "1234," you might pay for your mistake by having someone access your online accounts without permission -- and you may also find yourself paying out for subsequent damages and lost funds. That is, if Vodafone reportedly has its way. Recently, a court in Teplice, Czech Republic, sentenced two individuals to jail for compromising the accounts of Vodafone customers in order to ma
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