"The value to Vodafone of collaborating with Conexus will be significant, given the growing importance of Asia to our enterprise customers. These agreements will strengthen and deepen the benefits to our customers operating in these large and dynamic markets," said Vodafone Group Chief Commercial Officer Morten Lundal.
Meanwhile, as partners, both the companies would get the opportunity to enhance their ability to cope up with the surging demands for sophisticated voice among multinational businesses and data communications solutions as well as advanced roaming services within and out of Asia.
However individually, Conexus members would now be able to use Vodafone brand such as using its devices and services in their home markets. Further, they would also have the choice to become preferred partner of Vodafone in respect of the agreed areas of cooperation.
Vodafone multinational customers, on the other hand, would get the benefit of adding the Conexus countries to their existing contracts for international managed services. Additionally, under the deal, both the companies would also be introducing innovative mobile price plans across the two organisations' shared area of operations to provide communications expenditure tracking and procurement services to multinational corporations.