Vodafone, Orange and Movistar were the biggest winners in Spain’s fixed broadband market in November 2015, according to data published by the regular CNMC.
However, while they posted respective gains of 31,900, 20,300 and 13,200 subscribers on the same period in 2014, Ono lost 7,400 customers. Movistar claimed the largest market share (44.13%), followed by Orange (16.22%), Ono (12.41%), Jazztel (12.24%) and Vodafone (10.01%).
The CNMC notes that the fixed broadband market was again driven by FTTH, which increased by 178,491 in the 12 months to November 2015 to reach 2.9 million lines, of which Movistar (2.1 million) accounted for three quarters. On the other hand, the number of DSL lines fell by 139,043 over the same period.
Meanwhile, the number of mobile broadband lines fell by 43,633.
The fixed broadband total stood at 13,126,462 as of November, up 60,274 on a year earlier.