This, according to the latest data published by the regulator CNMC, was 1.3 million more than at the same period last year.
At the same time, the number of DSL lines fell by 0.7 million in the year to July 31.
CNMC notes that the three main operators Movistar, Orange (including Jazztel) and Vodafone (including Ono) accounted for four in five (80.3%) of FTTH lines as of end of July.
Furthermore, the number of fixed lines fell by almost 50,000 to 18.68 million, with the latter representing a penetration of 39.4 lines per 100 inhabitants.
Meanwhile, the indirect access service NEBA (FTTH and copper) gained 10,866 lines in July, with the accumulated total being 945,311, of which 894,532 were fibre.
As of the end of July there were 1,933,522 local NEBA lines.