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Vodafone Magyarország to swap out fleet for green vehicles

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Vodafone Magyarország is starting to swap out its fleet of more than 400 cars for green vehicles, the company told state news wire MTI.

As a "first step", Vodafone Magyarország has taken delivery of 106 plug-in hybrid Skoda Octavia models from Porsche Hungária. Vodafone Magyarország is leasing the vehicles from ALD Automotive Magyarország. By 2025, it aims to have a fully electric fleet.

Parent company Vodafone wants to reduce its carbon footprint to zero by 2030.

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