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MVNO LlamaYa launches new bundles with international calls

Spanish MVNO LlamaYa has announced the launch of two more mobile bundles following its acquisition by MasMovil earlier this year. Catering above all to Central American users present in Spain, LlamaYa has introduced new 3GB and 7GB bundles for EUR 10 and EUR 15 respectively. READ MORE: Spain’s Telecable renew tariffs, launches 20GB offer The 3GB bundle comes with 1,000 minutes…

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Movistar Spain ups price of out of bundle data

Telefonica has informed Movistar mobile customers that it will be increasing the price of out of bundle data from 1.5 to 2 eurocents per MB starting on 18 June. Movistar is communicating to its customers via SMS a new change in the conditions of their rates. So far, once the data of any contract rate has been consumed the user…

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Vodafone enters growing Spanish low-cost fixed-mobile market

Vodafone España’s low-cost mobile subsidiary Lowi is launching a new ‘no frills’ converged offering – La Fibra de Lowi – without a TV element combining high-speed internet with mobile. The service will offer a single speed option of 50Mbps via Vodafone’s HFC cable network, along with options to sign up for different mobile data packages, from 1GB to 8GB, with…

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Spanish telecom revenues flat at EUR 25 bln in 2016

Total revenues for the Spanish telecommunication and audiovisual sector came to EUR 24.6 billion in 2016, practically flat year on year, according to the latest report issued by communications regulator CNMC. Mobile call traffic in Spain reached record highs in the last quarter of the year: 23.8 billion minutes, 12% more than in the same period of 2015. The year…

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Spain’s Telecable renew tariffs, launches 20GB offer

Spanish regional operator Telecable has phased out its ‘Insuperable’, ‘Incomparable’, ‘Increible’ and ‘Inmejorable’ mobile tariffs and replaced them with new plans called ‘De 10’, ‘De 19’, ‘De 24’ and ‘De 30’. The basic ‘De 10’ offer comes with 3GB of data and 150 minutes of calls for EUR 10 while the new ‘De 30’ tariff includes 20GB of data and unlimited…

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Pepephone to give users 100MB for every 1 EUR of calls

Spanish operator Pepephone, now a MasMovil brand, has announced a new offer to encourage users to continue making voice calls. Starting in May, the company will give subscribers 100MB in mobile data to use the following month for every EUR 1 spent on calls. READ MORE: Spain Telecom Market Users who spend EUR 2 on calls in May will be given…

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Tuenti offers mobile discount for Telefonica fibre clients

Telefonica-owned MVNO Tuenti is offering a 12-month discount on mobile plans for customers signing up for a promotional fibre broadband offer from its parent company. READ MORE: Spain Telecom Market Customers opting for Telefonica’s 50Mbps fibre offer pay EUR 14.90 per month for fixed internet instead of EUR 38 and get a monthly discount of EUR 1.10 – EUR 4.10 on…

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Spain’s CNMC cuts Telefonica’s wholesale prices by 14-35%

Spain’s communications regulator CNMC said it decided to cut by between 14-35 percent the prices Telefonica can charge for wholesale access to its network. It also announced lower prices for access to submarine cables connecting non-mainland parts of Spain and the introduction of annual price review of ethernet prices. The reduction in the price of the Leased Line Reference Offer…

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Telefonica revamps Fusion range for Spanish SMEs

The company enriches Movistar Fusion Pro with 2 more options: Movistar Fusion Pro 2 and Pro 4 to better adapt to the needs of each professional. The global solution Movistar Fusión Empresas increases the capacity of the lines included in its basic offer up to 12 GB to all its customers. Telefonica has announced a major revamp of its Fusion…

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Spanish mobile broadband lines up 7% to 41.2 mln

The total number of Spanish mobile broadband connections passed the 40 million mark at the end of the third quarter of 2016, having risen by 7.2 percent year on year to reach a total of 41.2 million, according to a report from telecom regulator CNMC. Some 39.5 million of the connections were voice and data lines while the rest were…

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