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The board of Spain's biggest cable operator Ono will meet today to decide if it should accept a £6bn (€7bn) bid from Vodafone or push ahead with its plans for an IPO. The sale would see a reasonable return on investment for the four venture funds Anglo-CCMP, Providence, Thomas H Lee and Quadrangle, which invested in 2005. …

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Decisions

Si o no Ono?

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Re: Decisions

Oh noooo

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what?

80% return is "moderate"? who are these VC people?

To the barracades, mon braves!

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vodafone will start charging everyone 1p a page, and give you nothing back until they have no customers left and sit around wondering why

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All part of the global 4 -play service rollout. Bring on the European wide contract for Mobile, TV and fixed line.

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vodafone are nothing more then money horders, and the middle-upper classes are dumb enough to keep paying the overpriced minimal packages of everything they do

go in any club, any bar, anywhere, and vodafone is unheard of

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any club, any bar ?

heh. Nobody in any club or bar has heard of Vodafone? Really? When was the last time you were in a bar? I'm sure there is a very small proportion of the population that hasn't "heard of" Vodafone.

Perhaps you meant to write something else ...

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Re: any club, any bar ?

everyones knows about them, its unheard of to actually use them, everyone is tweeting and facebooking, and youtube your videos for £5 for 30 days on EE web n walk pack, not 1p a page

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Nice picture but

Given the distance, though, the arc would be from one conductor on each cable to the adjacent one, not jumping the gap.

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