Oh Heck! Does this mean they will be paying even less UK tax than usual?
The end of Vodafone's financial year saw the company writing down £7.7bn in assets, leaving it with a profit of only £673m based on annual revenue which declined 4.4 per cent to £44.4bn. The revenue drop was the largest ever for the telecommunications giant, it said. The bright spot in the Vodafone numbers was again Verizon, …
Tuesday 21st May 2013 11:40 GMT dramill
Money, money, money
Might explain why I got a sales call off them a fortnight ago, when only 3 months into my SIM-only contract:
Do I want to upgrade my wife's PAYG tariff to a contract? No, and that's her decision anyway.
Do I have a tablet? Yes
What tablet is it? A PlayBook
Is it 3G? No
Would I like a 3G tablet? No, I'm saving for a Surface Pro
Would you like Vodafone's SmartTablet, that's Windows 8 you know? No it's not, it's Android
Do I have a laptop? Yes thanks, it's only 12 months old
Do you take it outside of the house? Yes, when I go on holiday
Would I like a Vodafone 3G dongle for mobile broadband? No thanks, I'll stick with free wifi hotspots
Would you like an additional phone for only £8/month? No thanks, I don't need one.
Do you have any children? Would they like a phone? No, they're 7 and 2!!!!!
OK, is there anything else you'd like to buy from us? No. NO NO NO NO NO.
Tuesday 21st May 2013 13:25 GMT Lloyd
Tuesday 21st May 2013 17:55 GMT Anonymous Coward
Re: Money, money, money
Let me guess you asked for a PAC in the hope that threatening to leave would result in them offering a better deal. You then didnt bother using the code leaving the line active.
Certainly not on the side of the networks but the amount of people who do this then complain their line is still active is unreal.
Tuesday 21st May 2013 14:25 GMT druck