This, according to data published by the regulator CNMC, was 1.4 million more than a year earlier and contrasted with a reduction of 0.8 million DSL lines over the same period.
The leading operator of FTTH lines was Movistar, accounting for 40.2%, or 4.6 million, of the total. All told, the three leading operators Movistar, Orange (including Jazztel) and Vodafone (including Ono) accounted for 82.7% of fixed line broadband connections as of the end of November.
Movistar claimed a 37.50% share of the fixed market and was followed by Orange (24.67%), Vodafone (20.51%), Masmovil (11.85%) and other providers (5.48%).
CNMC also notes that the total number of fixed lines fell by 56,617 in November.
Meanwhile, the indirect access service NEBA (FTTH and copper) of wholesale broadband gained just over 15,600 lines and accumulated 953,843 lines, with 891,845 of them being fibre.
As of the end of November there were a total of 1.69 million NEBA lines.