This was 0.6% less than in the corresponding period last year, though mobile broadband and audiovisual services did grow on a year-on-year basis.
The three main telco operators accounted for 77.1% of revenues in the retail sector, almost two percentage points less than a year earlier.
Masmovil saw its retail income increase by 22.7% year-on-year and account for 6.7% of the total, while Movistar’s rose by 1% to a share of 42.6%. However, Vodafone and Orange saw falls in both customer revenues and market shares.
The total number of installed NGA access stood at 57.4 million at the end of Q1, up 13.7% on a year earlier. However, only FTTH – up from 39.6 million to 46.6 million – showed growth.
Meanwhile, services were provided through 12 million accesses, or 16.3% more than a year earlier.
Of the 15 million fixed broadband connections, 11.5 million (up 1.6 million on a year earlier) had a contracted speed of 30Mbps or higher.
In March, 87.7% of fixed broadband lines were provided by the three main operators, or almost three percentage points than a year earlier.
CNMC also notes that the total number of quadruple and quintuple packages stood at 12.3 million in Q1, with the latter growing the most during the year.
The number of pay-TV subscriber grew by 2.1% year-on-year to 6.8 million, with IP technology accounting for 4.6 million of the total.