Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA), leading Telecommunications Company in Australia, was established in 2009 and headquartered in North Sydney, NSW in Australia.
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Currently it operates the Vodafone and Crazy John’s brands in Australia. The merger formed between Vodafone Australia and Hutchison 3G Australia on 10 June 2009 resulted in making it Australia’s one of the largest mobile telecommunications provider with a subscriber base of 7 million.
This joint venture is owned by Hutchison Telecommunications Australia and Vodafone Group plc on a 50-50 basis.
The product offerings of Vodafone Hutchison Telecommunications Limited are as follows:
• Prepaid and post-paid mobile phones
• wireless broadband
Vodafone, one of the largest mobile providers in Australia, currently has more than 5.3 million customers. The company also has many retail stores around the country, and quite famous for its state-of-the-art customer care centre in Tasmania. Vodafone wants to try to make things work differently for their customers, from simple plans, to $5 roaming, to ending ‘bill shock’. The company’s mission is to change how the mobile industry works. The merger of Vodafone Hutchison Australia announced that it would buy out its Vodafone branded stores, previously run by the retail management groups Digicall, First Mobile, Inside Mobile and GSM. The new retail structure may add about 170 stores to its current stores.
Revenue: $21380 million
Profit: $16010 million
The leading telecom companies in Australia were considered and based on their revenues and profits, a consolidated score was calculated, based on which they were ranked.