Pestel of Vodafone

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Introduction
The purpose of this report is to identify a firm which you are familiar with and apply the PESTEL framework to events in its business environment. Pestel analysis is a simple, but very important and widely used tool to help you understand the general political, economic, socio- cultural, technological, environmental and legal environment sphere in which you are operating. This report will be about The Pestel Analysis of the Vodafone. Vodafone is a British telecommunications network company and has a market value of about 86 billion pounds. It is headquartered in Newbury, Berkshire, England. Vodafone is the second-largest mobile telecommunications company after China mobile. Over 400 million customers use Vodafone services in more than 30 countries around the globe. They chose Vodafone services because Vodafone Company stands for a good value, great coverage and excellent connections- as well as a passion for improving the customer experience. It gives people the power to connect with each other- to learn, play, work and broadens their horizons wherever and however they choose. Vodafone also owns 45% of Verizon Wireless. Literature Review

1. Political Factors
* Regulations- mobile phones license tightly controlled and limited access to spector. In addition, political pressure may be caused by the use of mobile phones by children and possible health problems associated with cell phone use. * Infrastructure- typically created to keep the network has received permission from government for use their lands. * Health issues- there is no definitive opinion on the impact of the use of the mobile phones on people, and the possible effects on health proximity phone masts in schools. 2. Economical factors

* Cost of licenses- the cost of purchasing a license for mobile phones is very high. * 3G- bidding war for a license for 3G occurred at the height of the economic boom and therefore paying for them was...
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