News | Wednesday, 01 April 2009

Vodafone denies allegations in distributed leaflets

Vodafone categorically denies allegations made in photocopied flyers which are being distributed by hand in some localities in Malta and Gozo. These flyers are inciting racial hatred as well as urging people to boycott Vodafone since it is being alleged that the company is giving out free top-up vouchers to irregular immigrants.
Vodafone has filed a complaint in this regard with the Commissioner of Police.



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