According to Ekathimerini, the main focus is on companies such as Hellas Online (HOL) and Cyta Hellas that are currently operating on a razor’s edge.
In the case of HOL, Vodafone is understood to have agreed on a price for the 57% in the company currently held by Intracom Holdings, as well as for the minority stakes.
Vodafone’s aim is understood to be to secure 100% ownership of HOL and delist it from the Athens Stock Exchange.
Cyta Hellas is meanwhile a subsidiary of Cyprus’ Cyta and has some 300,000 subscribers.
Cyta has committed to the company until at least 2016, although its future, which could include a sale, will be decided in the next 18 months.
Cyta Hellas could be a possible take-over target for both Vodafone and Wind Hellas.