Vodafone is one of two telecommunications companies in Iceland, the other being Síminn. It is not owned by the Vodafone Group, but rather by the Icelandic telecom and media company Sýn, which licenses the Vodafone brand and related applications.
In 2003, the companies TAL, Halló-Frjáls Fjarskipti and Íslandssími joined together to form Og Vodafone, which in 2006 was renamed to Vodafone Iceland.
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Europe: Albania | Channel Islands (Airtel-Vodafone)1 | Cyprus (Cytamobile-Vodafone) | Czech Republic (Oskarta) | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Netherlands2 (50%) (Vodafone | Ziggo) | Northern Cyprus (Telsim Vodafone) | Portugal (Yorn) | Romania | Spain (Lowi | yu) | Turkey | United Kingdom (Talkmobile | Voxi)
Divested: SmarTone (Hong Kong) | Verizon Wireless5 (United States) | J-PHONE–Vodafone (Japan) | SFR (France) | Nema (Faroe Islands) | Si.mobil–Vodafone (Slovenia) | Europolitan–Vodafone (Sweden) | MTC–Vodafone (Bahrain) | Orange (United Kingdom)