And is that MásMóvil has placed third in mobile portability. First, it has been located Digi, where the Romanian operator has had 16,400 discharges During the month of July. Second, it has been located Vodafone, with 15,900 discharges. In third place, MoreMobile has been 15,600 discharges.
MásMóvil has been overtaken by Digi and Vodafone on mobile
As we can see, they are very similar figures among the three operators, being rare not to have MásMóvil in the first place. Further away we find Euskaltel, which has added 7,000 registrations, to which it will have contributed to the launch of Virgin Telco nationwide.
In the area of customer losses we find Movistar, with 19,400 fewer mobile lines despite the launch of rates such as the Infinite Contract last April, which has revolutionized mobile telephony in Spain. The operator that has lost the most mobile lines has been Orange, with 54,600 fewer lines.
These figures represent very well the trend of the first seven months of the year, where MásMóvil is the operator that has received the highest rates in mobile telephony with 232,400 new lines in the first seven months of 2020. Digi follows with 118,000 lines, Vodafone with 55,600 and Euskaltel with 16,360. Other MVNOs have added a total of 79 lines. In the case of Movistar, the operator has lost 148,500 mobile lines so far this year, while Orange has lost 353,000.
MásMóvil continues to devastate in fixed portability
In fixed portability we also find some differences. MoreMobile is still here the queen with 21,150 discharges new, followed by Vodafone with 6,600 and Euskaltel with 1,000. Operators who lose customers also repeat, where Orange lost 7,400 customers, and Movistar 39,400.
The war for him low cost It is leading operators such as Orange to redesign part of its offer to appeal to the packages that users demand the most, as we have seen for example with Jazz ONE and Jazz DUO at Jazztel. The location of these packages was not chosen at random, since, in the month of July, the most demanded packages were fiber and mobile without television with prices of around 40 and 50 euros per month, which is just where the new Jazztel rates to compete with other operators such as O2, Pepehone or MásMóvil in the low cost segment. The demand for these cheap packages has increased after the state of alarm, where users seek to save as much as possible per month.