Including the company's Japanese acquisitions, revenue surged 67% to £14.9bn for the period ending 30 September.
In the second half of the last financial year, J-Phone and Japan Telecom became Vodafone subsidiaries and were consolidated in its accounts for the first time.
Vodafone cut its first-half net loss to £4.34bn from £9.74bn for the same period the year before.
Excluding goodwill and exceptional items, the company made a pretax profit of £4.3bn for the half-year, a 41% increase on the previous year.
The company added 9.4 million subscribers through organic growth in the 12-month period ending 30 September, bringing the proportionate total (the total adjusted in proportion to its holding in the operating subsidiaries) to 107.5 million.