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In August 2005, Vodafone launched 3G technology in New Zealand, and in October 2005, it began launching 3G technology in Australia.
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In Australia, 2010, developed a "new" network, and provide a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
Vodafone-Hutchison Australia (VHA) announced the end of its outsourcing of retail operations. On 19 June 2009. VHA committed to buying back and managing its entire retail operation, including 208 Vodafone-branded retail outlets Australia-wide. This project was slated to be completed by 1 September 2009.
VHA enabled an extended 900 MHz 3G UMTS network which functions outside their 2,100 MHz 3G network, boosting Vodafone's 3G population coverage from around 8% to around 94% on dual-band 900/2,100 MHz 3G UMTS devices. On 31 August 2009
Vodafone purchased Australia's largest bricks and mortar mobile phone retailer Crazy John's adding 115 retail stores to its local operations. On 5 September 2008
Vodafone Australia announced a merger with 3/Hutchison via a joint venture company VHA Pty LtdOn 9 February 2009. Offer products under the Vodafone brand. dtac in Thailand is signed as a partner network of the Group on 25 March 2009.
Vodafone New Zealand bought New Zealand's 3rd largest internet service provider, iHug. On 9 October 2006
Vodafone Australia signed the Australian Football League (AFL)'s biggest individual club sponsorship deal with the Brisbane Lions for seasons 2007, 2008 and 2009. Signed On 1 November 2006
Samoa was added as a Partner Market. Then on 11 February 2007, Vodafone Group agreed to acquire a controlling interest of 67% in Hutch Essar for US$11.1 billion. At the same time, it agreed to sell back 5.6% of its airtel stake back to the Mittals. Vodafone would retain a 4.4% stake in airtel.
Vodafone Group signed a three-year partnership agreement with Digicel Group. On 6 February 2007. The agreement, which includes Digicel's sister operation in Samoa, will result to the offering of new roaming capabilities. The two groups will also become preferred roaming partners of each other. Along with Digicel's markets, the Vodafone brand is now present in 81 countries, regions, and territories. What is interesting to note, is that as well as being partners, Digicel and Vodafone are also rival operators in Fiji, where Digicel Fiji recently launched in October 2008, and Vodafone owns a minority (49%) stake in Vodafone Fiji.
Vodafone began its rollout of 4G to provincial New Zealand, with the launch of the system in holiday hotspots around Coromandel. In October 2013
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