This, says the regulator CNMC, was unchanged on three months earlier. However, over the space of a year the number of quintuple packages increased by 155,000 while that of quadruple packages fell by 110,000.
Meanwhile, the number of pay-TV subscribers as of the end of Q2 stood at 7.9 million, up 16.7% on a year earlier. The majority (4.7 million) were receiving IPTV services, or 161,000 more than in Q2 2019.
Revenues for electronic communication services amounted to €5,554 million in Q2, down 10.6% on a year earlier. The three main operators claimed a combined market share of 77.6%, though all saw their shares fall. The biggest winner was MasMovil, which claimed 8.7% of the total income.
There were a total of 69.2 million NGA accesses (+16.5%), with the only growth being seen in FTTH, up from 48.7 million to 58.6 million. NGA accesses on which services were provided totalled 13.3 million, up 10.4 million.
As of June, almost 70% of all broadband lines were fibre. Of the 15.5 million fixed broadband connections, 13.1 million had a contracted speed of 30 Mbps or higher and, specifically, of these, 94.6% had a contracted speed of 100 Mbps or more.
In June 2020, 83.4% of fixed broadband lines belonged to the three main operators, 3.6 percentage points less than a year ago.