|Subsidiaries, joint ventures and licensees:|
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)
Middle East and Africa: Egypt | Ghana | Kenya (40%) (Safaricom)
South Africa (Vodacom) (60%) (Tanzania | DR Congo | Mozambique | Lesotho)
Asia-Pacific: Vi (India)3 (45.2%) | Australia (TPG Telecom) (25%)4
Authorized licensees (not owned):
Europe: Iceland | Ukraine | Middle East: Qatar | Oceania: New Zealand | Fiji
A1 (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia) | Celcom (Malaysia) | China Mobile (China) | Dialog Axiata (Sri Lanka) | Entel (Chile) | Hey (Faroe Islands) | KT (South Korea) | MTS (Armenia, Russia, Uzbekistan) | NTT docomo (Japan) | Proximus (Belgium) | Rogers (Canada) | SFR (France) | Smart Communications (Phillipines) | StarHub (Singapore) | Swisscom (Switzerland) | Zain (Middle East)
Defunct: Arcor (Germany) | Cable & Wireless Worldwide (United Kingdom) | Kabel Deutschland (Germany) | Mannesmann (Germany) | Indygen (Romania) | AirTouch (United States) | Ono (Spain) | TelstraClear (New Zealand) | UPC (Czech Republic | Hungary | Romania) | Unitymedia (Germany) | India (Vodafone | Idea)
Divested: SmarTone (Hong Kong) | Verizon Wireless5 (United States) | J-PHONE–Vodafone (Japan) | Si.mobil–Vodafone (Slovenia) | Europolitan–Vodafone (Sweden) | MTC–Vodafone (Bahrain) | Orange (United Kingdom)
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes (2007–13) | Team Vodafone (2007–12) |
Vodafone Warriors (1999–present)
1Joint venture with Bharti Airtel.
2Joint venture with Liberty Global.
3Joint venture with Aditya Birla Group.
4Joint venture with CK Hutchison Holdings.
5Joint venture with Verizon Communications.