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Vodafone Enters 'MVNO' Partnership with Softbank to Support Multinational Enterprise Customers

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Vodafone has signed an agreement with Softbank to provide enhanced services for its multinational enterprise customers operating in Japan.

Vodafone has a number of partnerships with operators across the globe, such as T-Mobile in the US to use their networks to supply voice and data for its multinational enterprise customers.

The announcement marks a major partnership between the companies after Vodafone sold off its subsidiary in Japan to Softbank in a $15 billion deal last year.

Diego Massidda, Vodafone Partner Markets
This strategic alliance brings together two of the world's leading communications companies to provide enterprise customers with the most innovative and responsive service and support in Japan.

Ken Miyauchi, President and CEO, Softbank Corp 
We are extremely pleased to be able to further improve and expand our corporate customer services. Based on this strategic collaboration by Vodafone and SoftBank, we look forward to further enhancing our services to provide a new experience for our customers.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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