MásMóvil prevails over the majors in portability in May with 36,500 new lines

Spanish operators have already examined the evolution of portability during the month of May. A month marked, again, by strong competition and rate wars. Among the groups with the best results, MásMóvil and Digi stand out, while, on the other hand, the worst trends were those registered by Telefónica and Vodafone.

Thus, MásMóvil registered a positive balance in mobile telephony close to 20,500 lines, as this newspaper has learned. It is his best data of the last ten months. The figure must be confirmed by the National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC). In the area of ​​fixed telephony, a key point for broadband, the operator obtained a positive balance of 16,000 lines. In this way, as a whole, the positive balance of MásMóvil is around 36,500 lines. Apart from portability, the evolution of the market also includes attracting new customers.

In turn, Digi registered a positive balance of 30,500 mobile lines and about 6,900 fixed connections. The Romanian group once again takes advantage of its aggressive low cost rates to continue gaining market share. Digi has progressively expanded its fiber footprint throughout the Spanish market thanks to wholesale agreements with companies such as Telefónica.

On the positive side, Euskaltel also remains, hand in hand with the Virgin Telco brand and its aggressive offers in the national market as a whole. The operator, which is currently immersed in the takeover received from MásMóvil, won 16,000 lines in the mobile segment and about 3,600 in fixed telephony.

Orange, for its part, registered a negative balance in mobile of 24,400 lines, while in fixed telephony it added around 10,800 connections.

On the negative side, Telefónica recorded a negative balance in mobile of 41,000 lines in the month of May, and of 47,400 in fixed telephony. Vodafone, in turn, lost 18,500 mobile lines in portability in May, and about 7,600 connections in fixed broadband.


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