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Vodafone hang-ups: radio stations pull ads on class action

Several radio stations have yanked advertising spots blasting the network failures of regular advertiser and corporate partner Vodafone.

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The Crazy calls that saw Vodafone trash its brand

How did Vodafone manage to kill a once-thriving brand in Crazy John’s? Bad management, probably, but the death and ultimate distance from its founder didn’t help.

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Africa famine … campaign to name and shame governments

A new campaign led by 12 NGOs and a slew of African musicians is breaking this cliché by proposing a string of concerts that will take place on the continent over the next five years, writes Adrian Craddock, a freelance journalist in London

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The western companies propping up Mubarak’s Egypt regime

Some Western companies are closely collaborating with Middle Eastern regimes trying to suppress protests. But it’s not all plain sailing, as global outsources will explain.

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Vodafone’s infosec balls-up a symptom of wider problems

Vodafone’s apparent information security breach, if it’s being described accurately, certainly suggests a botched approach. But corporate Australia’s blasé attitude to our personal identity information is as much to blame.

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Telstra’s iPhone stuff-up: network is no (3) gee whiz

In a bid to curb an exodus of customers to Optus and Vodafone, Telstra last week announced that it would be reducing the cost of iPhone handsets by $100 until Christmas.

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Tasmania tries the luck of the Irish, cashes up call centre

Mr Bartlett, facing diving opinion polls and a general election early next year, will hand over $3.5 million of Tasmanian taxpayers’ money to Vodafone so that it retains its call centre near Hobart.

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Consumers lose out in Vodafone tie-up

When the world’s biggest mobile phone company in Vodafone and the telco arm of Hong Kong’s richest man do a deal, you know that it is not aimed at maintaining domestic competition, writes Glenn Dyer.

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