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New Vodafone store in Bletchley will save jobs

Vodafone logoVodafone are opening a new store in Queensway, Bletchley on the site of the former Phones 4U outlet. The store’s staff will be a mix of those who had previously worked for Phones 4U, existing Vodafone employees and new recruits.

The Bletchley store will become one of the 139 Phones 4U branches acquired by Vodafone at the end of September.

850 former Phones 4U employees have been taken on by Vodafone as part of its intention to create 1,400 retail jobs across the UK.

Vodafone has more than 19 million customers in the UK, and the opening of the Bletchley store forms part of the company’s plans to invest £1 billion in 2014 in the networks and services provided.

 

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