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Spain: Optic-fibre price war

November 21, 2017

From David Del Valle in Madrid

Spanish telco operators have entered into a price war to capture new customers with low cost optic-fibre offers.

With their OMV subsidiaries Telefónica through Tuenti; Vodafone through Lowi; and Orange through Amena, the groups have launched convergent packages with fixed and mobile broadband Internet services with prices as low as €36 a month.

Telefónica offers symmetrical optic fibre at 50 Mbps and a mobile line with 1.5 Gbps at that price with a 300 Mbps option at €46.

Vodafone offers the optic fibre at 50 Mbps and 1Gbps at €37, whilst Orange offers optic-fibre at 50 Mbps and 10 Gbps for the mobile line at €40.95.

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