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Vodafone Group plc is a global telecommunications company based in Newbury, United Kingdom.
The name stems from “voice – data – fone.” Vodafone is the world’s largest mobile telecommunications company in terms of revenues and the world’s second-largest by number of subscribers (behind China Mobile), with around 332 million subscribers by 30 September 2010.
Orange is now the sole commercial name for almost all France Telecom services.
Orange France was incorporated in 2005 and has its headquarters in Arcueil, France.
Vodafone is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a component of the FTSE 100 Index.
In November 2010 it had a market capitalization of approximately UK£92 billion, making it the third largest company on the London Stock Exchange. In 1980 Sir Ernest Harrison OBE, chairman of Racal Electronics plc, the United Kingdom’s largest maker of military radio technology, entered into an agreement with Lord Weinstock of General Electric Company plc (GEC) to allow Racal to access some of GEC’s tactical battlefield radio technology.
T-Mobile is a German telecommunication services provider owned by Deutsche Telekom.
It operates several GSM networks in Europe and the USA.
In 1991 Microtel was awarded a license to develop a mobile network in the United Kingdom, and in July 1991 Hutchison Telecommunications (UK) Ltd acquired Microtel from BAe.In 1982 Racal’s newly formed subsidiary Racal Strategic Radio Ltd won one of two UK cellular telephone network licenses, the other going to British Telecom. Orange is the brand used by France Télécom for its mobile network operator and internet service provider subsidiaries.It is the seventh largest telecom operator in the world, with over 189 million customers in 2009.On July 1, 1989, West Germany’s state-owned postal monopoly Deutsche Bundespost (DBP) was reorganized, with telecommunications consolidated within a new Deutsche Bundespost Telekom unit; this was renamed Deutsche Telekom in 1995 and privatization began in 1996.The analog first-generation C-Netz (“C Network,” marketed as C-Tel) was Germany’s first true mobile phone network (the A and B networks, also owned by the post office, represented older radiotelephone systems), and was introduced in 1985.