The Vodafone story so far
We're one of the world's leading mobile communications providers, operating in 26 countries and in partnership with networks in over 55 more. Across the world, we have almost 444 million customers and around 19.5 million in the UK. We made the first ever mobile phone call on 1 January 1985 from London to our Newbury HQ. Still located in Newbury, we now employ over 13,000 people across the UK.
Ours is a story of investment, innovation and award-winning customer service. Take a look at the highlights of our pioneering achievements.
Our fibre-optic network is our crown jewel, and we’re investing £3 billion to bring it to even more of the UK We offer a complete digital platform packed with next-generation products, applications and services. And because we keep close to the world’s digital heartbeat you can trust everything we offer will remain next generation.
We appreciate you are unique. So you’ll find options and bundles across the site to meet your needs. And then there’s our brilliant customer service located all over the UK so they really know your area. These are just some of the ways we stay ahead of our competitors. Choose us, and so will you.
We at Calix wake up every day and think about one thing – the best way to connect the device-enabled subscriber and the cloud-enhanced Internet of Everything. It’s a noble cause, and one that we share with a finite group of communications service providers (CSPs) around the world whose networks and software define the broadband experience of subscribers everywhere. As the leading provider of innovative communications software, systems, and services to these CSPs, our role is to provide the vision, the insights, and the solutions to enable them to be the service provider of choice to their subscribers.
This formula has worked. As Calix Software Defined Access and Calix Cloud innovations and value-added services enable our customers to transform their businesses and be the winning CSPs of tomorrow, they reward us with double-digit growth and extraordinary loyalty. It’s a virtuous cycle, and as a half-billion dollar start-up, it’s one that is just getting started.