VODAFONE has won a huge contract to manage the mobile services of multinational tech company Oracle.
The world’s biggest mobile provider will manage the company’s Europe, Middle East and Africa regions for at least four years.
The bumper contract will involve servicing the voice, data and mobile services for a network of over 16,000 employees. The contract will be seen as a coup for Vodafone, who last week announced a 10 per cent jump in revenue in the last three months of 2009.
Carol Kelly, vice president at Oracle, said: “Oracle has been impressed by Vodafone’s straight forward and transparent approach to pricing communications. We expect that this partnership will deliver enhanced services to our employees.”