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Vodafone Romania reports the financial results for Q4 2021: 11.2 million customers, EUR 191.5 million service revenue

Vodafone Romania announces the key performance indicators for the quarter ended December 31st, 2021, as reported on Wednesday  by Vodafone Group Plc. The service revenue is at EUR 191.5 million and continues to be stable on quarterly evolution.

Vodafone Romania customer base reached 11.2 million at December 31st, 2021, and it includes clients of mobile and fixed services, as well as IoT solutions.

“In 2021, we focused, on one hand, to minimize the current context’s impact on the business, while at the same time expanding and strengthening our network to make sure people from both urban and remote areas remain connected with reliable access to quality fixed and mobile services. Looking forward, the key word is change. At the industry and the company level, we foresee a change in pace. You will see a much more dynamic Vodafone in 2022 and years to come”, stated Achilleas Kanaris, CEO Vodafone Romania.

During Q3 2021 (October 1st – December 31st), Vodafone developed a series of projects for its customers, individuals and corporations, as well as initiatives aimed at protecting the planet and help the ones in need. In early October, the company extended the support offered to small and medium businesses through V-Hub platform, which now enables the free testing of new technologies and digital solutions. Black Friday brought the “5€ Shop” offering Vodafone’s clients smartphones, gadgets, accessories and mobile and fixed services at super discounts and super offer packs available for instalments of only 5 euro/month. And Christmas came with gifts for the customers: tablets, vouchers for the purchase of smartphones, gadgets, unlimited internet, but also the best TV viewing experience on the market, through the Vodafone TV platform. Moreover, in December, one euro for each transaction (new subscription and subscription renewal) made by Vodafone customers of mobile, internet and television services was redirected for the purchase of digital equipment for children in over 140 foster and family-type homes from Bucharest and 23 counties .

Early October, the company launched Eco-SIM cards made from recycled plastic as part of the company’s commitment to reduce its impact on the environment. And as technology partner for Salvamont Romania, the only mountain rescue service in the country, Vodafone sponsored the association with the necessary funds to purchase equipment for locating people caught in an avalanche (Recco system), a national premiere.

Above all, in Q3 2021, Vodafone Supernet Fiber received certification for the best fixed internet user experience in Romania from the independent German auditor umlaut, which took into account over five million internet traffic samples. This is the first certification offered by the German auditor umlaut to a fixed internet network operator in Romania.

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