Telefónica’s Movistar has launched a new OTT service named Movistar+ Lite.
Telefónica Group ended the first quarter with a total of 8.8 million pay-TV customers in the markets it serves, or 3% more than a year earlier.
Vodafone has offered concessions to gain approval from the European Commission for its planned takeover of Liberty Global’s German cable operator Unitymedia.
Netflix has joined the programming update of Telefónica’s Movistar service. It follows May’s agreement between Netflix chairman and CEO José María Álvarez-Pallete, and the CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings.
Telefónica saw across the board subscriber growth in its home market Spain in the third quarter.
The Spanish regulator CNMC has launched a sanction procedure against Telefónica for allegedly discriminating against its competitors in the provision of wholesale copper and fibre services.
Aura, the digital assistant run by Telefónica on its Movistar platform, has clocked up 470,000 users in three months.
Movistar has announced plans to launch a dedicated sports channel.
Telefónica’s pay-TV customer total grew for a seventh straight quarter in Q2 in its home market Spain.
Sky customers will get access to 5G as soon as it is launched by Telefónica as part of a new agreement with the mobile operator.