- Receive communications (such as annual reports) as soon as they are available
- Cost and time savings for Vodafone
- Friendlier to the environment
You can request to receive all future communications electronically at the website of our Registrar, Computershare Investor Services PLC. You will need your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN), which can be found on either your share certificate or a recent dividend tax voucher - the number is preceded by the letter C or G. During registration, you will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions of the service. Please read these carefully, as they will set out the basis on which shareholder communications will be sent to you.
Register for electronic shareholder communications
Why does Vodafone offer electronic shareholder communications?
Legislation has been introduced to enable all companies to communicate with their shareholders electronically. This means information about the Company can be received by shareholders quickly and more cost effectively. There will also be a reduction in the demand for natural resources, resulting in environmental benefits.
What computer equipment do I need to receive electronic shareholder communications?
You will need a computer linked to the Internet, an e-mail account, a web browser (such as the one you are using to read this page) and a PDF reader. The PDF reader is necessary because many of our electronic communications are downloaded in a PDF format to enable easy printing. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free.
How will I know when to look for new information?
Each time the Company issues a shareholder communication you will be sent an e-mail alert containing a link to the relevant documents.
What if I want to continue receiving printed documents?
If you want to continue to receive printed documents (such as the Annual Report) then you need take no action. Please note that with effect from November 2003, the Company's full interim results will not be sent in a printed format and will be available only in electronic format on this website. A summary of the results will be published in major UK newspapers.