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Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings

Vodafone Group, the second-largest mobile phone company by customers, reported service revenue that topped estimates.

Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone Group CEO Vittorio Colao says the company has seen increasing signs of stabilisation in many of its European markets, supported by improvements in its commercial execution and very strong demand for data. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone’s first quarter group revenue was £10.1bn ($15.6bn), down 0.9 percent in reported terms but up 3.3 percent in organic terms. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone Group services 20.2 million 4G customers in 18 markets; data volumes up 81 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone’s net debt as at 31 March 2015 was £22.3bn ($34.5bn) (March 2014: £13.7bn), or £18.7bn taking into account the $5.2bn billion Verizon loan notes. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone’s first quarter group revenue was £10.1bn ($15.6bn), down 0.9 percent in reported terms but up 3.3 percent in organic terms. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone’s net debt as at 31 March 2015 was £22.3bn ($34.5bn) (March 2014: £13.7bn), or £18.7bn taking into account the $5.2bn billion Verizon loan notes. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
Vodafone Group services 20.2 million 4G customers in 18 markets; data volumes up 81 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter. (Getty Images)
Vodafone Group Plc reports first quarter earnings
In India, Vodafone’s 3G footprint now reaches 90 percent of target areas, with 3G data revenue up 125 percent year-on-year in Q4. (Getty Images)