We take our responsibilities to the environment and the health and safety of our customers seriously
We’re committed to reducing our impact on the environment and reducing as much of our waste as possible
We have an on-going commitment to reuse or recycle more than 95% of the waste from our network operations.
We operate internal recycling systems for paper, glass, plastics, metals, cardboard, toner, CDs, DVDs, mobile handsets and batteries.
We recognise the importance of measuring and reducing our carbon footprint. We’ve been keeping track and reporting on this since 2005.
We’re here to help you do your thing better and that includes doing the green thing
Don't stuff your old mobile into a drawer - trade it in for a new one. It's a great way to do the green thing because all traded-in mobiles are recycled.
We're part of a government accredited scheme, RE:MOBILE, which accepts any make and model of mobile phone regardless of condition as well as accessories like batteries and chargers.
We have a responsibility to you and the world we operate in
We know some of our customers are concerned about the possible health effects of mobile technology and phone masts. We’re committed to addressing these concerns. We’ve got lots of information and independent research on mobile phones and health.
We’re helping you do your thing better – and this also means helping the communities we operate in, our staff and the world we live in. Every year we publish a Corporate Responsibility Report, accounting for our environmental, social and economic impacts.
We've got tools, information and solutions to keep you and your family protected online and on-mobile
Blacklist is a free service available to all Vodafone customers that makes it easy to block unwanted TXT and PXT messages.
Choose who can call or TXT your child, when and how your child can use their mobile phone.
We’ve partnered with The Parenting Place to help young Kiwis and New Zealand families use technology in a safe and positive way.