Vodafone Albania Foundation and Vodafone Foundation Humanitarian Fund are supporting the National Agency of Protected Areas, contributing 24K Euros value of donations to support the fight against wildfires.
Free communication for firefighters in frontline
May 10, 2021
Vodafone Albania announces today that after 4 successful years as CEO, Mr. Achilleas Kanaris has concluded his assignment in the country to take leadership as Vodafone Romania CEO. He will be succeeded by Mrs. Katia Stathaki, as the first lady appointed as CEO of Vodafone Albania.
As of late December 2020 local Albanian Authorities have fully approved and endorsed the legal merger of Vodafone Albania’s with Abcom. The legal merger approval comes after the acquisition of Abcom from Vodafone Albania in February 2020. Vodafone Albania is now a full converged company.
Vodafone notes the press speculations that are circulating in the Albanian market regarding a potential exit of the company from the market.
Vodafone strongly denies these speculations.
The spread of COVID-19 in Albania and the measures introduced by government to limit infection and protect the more vulnerable within our society has changed the way we interact with each other. It has limited our daily movement, increasing the need to stay connected through technology.
Vodafone Albania notifies all debtors who belong to the period August 2001 - December 2017, that starting from October 2016 and following the signing of the agreement for the transfer of outstanding liabilities, these liabilities to Vodafone Albania have been transferred to the company Tranzit shpk
Please be informed that starting from 11th of November 2019 we will change the services mentioned below:
Please be informed that starting from the 1st of July 2019 we will change the Pay as you Go Charging Scheme in order to align with the New Roaming Regulation based on the Western Balkan Agreement.
These changes will be made both in prepaid and postpaid tariff plans for customers who travel to any of the Western Balkan countries (Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia or Bosnia and Herzegovina), which will be charged with the following tariffs: