What we do
Vodafone’s Partner Markets team works to form strategic alliances with local operators all over the world to market a range of global products and services that extend our reach into local markets.
Our agreements vary from Vodafone branding to product branding, roaming and service re-sale.
The Partner Markets division was originally set up in 2002 and it has now grown and expanded to 30 partners in 48 countries – from Chile to Serbia and Iceland to New Zealand1.
Vodafone Group Plc is one of the world's leading telecommunications groups, with a significant presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific through the company's subsidiaries, joint ventures, associated undertakings and investments.
Vodafone Partner Markets is based on the principle of ‘Great alone. Better together’.
Through the three key areas of Solutions, Applied Knowledge and Scale, our global partnerships empower our customers so that more people can be connected anywhere in the world.
Working with Vodafone gives our partners access to a well-established global roaming network. Partners also benefit from joint procurement of terminals and infrastructure and the ability to serve multinational corporations. This also allows our businesses around the world to build seamless services for their customers.
We work closely with our Partners to provide benchmarking and opportunities, consumer marketing and brand projects, commercial improvement projects, consumer products and services, business products and services and technology projects.
Vodafone's Partner Markets division was originally set up in 2002 and it has now grown and expanded to 30 partners in 48 countries – from Chile to Serbia and Iceland to New Zealand1.
Customer Success stories
We are delighted to share with you Entel Peru’s Enterprise transformational journey, and how Vodafone Partner Markets supported this to deliver great results.
Watch the video to find out more about Entel Peru’s Enterprise transformation.
Partner Market Stories
Vodafone Group has entered into arrangements with network operators in countries where the Group does not hold an equity stake.