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It felt like déjà vu on Sunday night when Vodafone suffered a network outage that affected its mobile services nationwide. Customers experienced problems with data, texts and calls for seven hours, harkening back to the telco’s ‘Vodafail’ days. Vodafone is now doing damage control by giving every mobile customer 2GB of bonus data. Here are the details.
Vodafone has been shopping, and picked up Lebara’s Australian mobile business assets — taking over its mobile base and the right to use the Lebara brand in Australia. Since the company has been a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) for Vodafone since 2009, Lebara customers are already technically on the telco’s 4G network — so little will change.
Vodafone is first out of the gates with its on-contract pricing for the brand new iPhone 7. Vodafone will offer the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus on a range of plans, starting from as little as $40 per month and a total cost of $76 per month including handset repayment.
My job lives entirely online. Everything I do eventually ends up on this website. But it’s not that simple — behind the scenes, there’s a lot going on that has to run smoothly and work correctly to make my job easy and streamlined. At the very least, I need a fast ‘net connection, and I need it to work all the time. Fast, reliable 4G has changed the way that I work, including in the way that I collaborate with my team, and the way that we run our business through the ‘net.
I’m very lucky. I get to travel a lot for work, and I get to go to some amazing places and do some amazing things. But even though I’m travelling, it’s still work — and that means I need to be online, just like I’m sitting down in the office in front of my PC. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into keeping this website ticking over from the other side of the globe.
Vodafone is on the rise, with the last two years spent heavily investing in ditching the “Vodafail” moniker. At the mid-year briefing this morning, Chief Executive Officer Iñaki Berroeta and Executive General Manager Enterprise Stuart Kelly outlined the telco’s plans for customer service, pricing plans, fixed line rollout and 5G tests.