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Athens News Agency: News in English, 09-08-01

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  • [01] Summer mass exodus
  • [02] Vodafone, HOL deal

  • [01] Summer mass exodus

    Residents of Athens leave the city on Saturday for their summer vacations. Greeks use every kind of transport to flee to the islands, especially to the Cyclades complex. On Saturday, 105 passenger ships will depart from all the major ports of Greece. Traffic is heavy on the national roads and police has taken extra measures to facilitate the travelers exit from the city. According to authorities, 150,000 vehicles have passed from the national roads' tolls. Airlines flights from Athens are near capacity.

    The weather is fine and the wind velocity in the Aegean Sea will reach 6-7 degrees on the Beaufort scale.

    [02] Vodafone, HOL deal

    Vodafone Greece and Intracom Holdings on Friday announced the successful completion of exclusive talks between Vodafone and Hellas Online SA and said that the two companies have agreed on a strategic partnership.

    Under the agreement, Vodafone Greece will participate in HOL's equity capital, acquiring a minority stake of 18.5 pct for the exchange of offering DSL services. Both Vodafone and HOL will offer jointly, mobile and fixed-telephony services, along with broadband services.

    Caption: ANA-MPA file photo of Vodafone headquarters in Athens

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