Vodafone launch High Street shop

Mobile phone giant Vodafone is opening a new store in Stroud High Street today, Wednesday, in the unit left vacant when Curry’s closed

Mobile phone giant Vodafone is opening a new store in Stroud High Street today, Wednesday, in the unit left vacant when Curry’s closed

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MOBILE phone giant Vodafone opens a new store in Stroud High Street today.
Managers say the store – on the site of the former Curry’s store – will create five jobs.
It is part of the company’s £100 million nationwide expansion which will see 150 new shops open and 1,400 jobs created in the next year.
Charlotte Palmer, manager of the new Stroud store, said: “We are delighted to be coming to Stroud and have some great offers for our customers.”
Since Curry’s closed, the empty store has been used on occasions to host art events.

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3:58pm Fri 18 Jul 14

Andyinstroud says...

yet another phone shop! amazing how many of them, cafes, charity shops and other useless places there are in Stroud. Would be nice to actually get a decent mens wear shop for a change.
yet another phone shop! amazing how many of them, cafes, charity shops and other useless places there are in Stroud. Would be nice to actually get a decent mens wear shop for a change. Andyinstroud
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