Before we go to review this agreement, let’s review the previous agreements. The first and fundamental was the one signed with Orange to extend its mobile telephony agreement until 2024 and access the Orange FTTH network in a wholesale service model throughout Spain in better conditions. The latter indefinitely. Second, a new agreement was signed to access Movistar’s NEBA beyond the regulated wholesale access areas.
New Euskaltel – Orange agreement for the expansion of Virgin
In a statement sent to the CNMV (National Securities Market Commission), the Euskaltel Group reports:
“Euskaltel informs that it has signed an Agreement with Orange that will allow the Group to access, in bitstream mode, a minimum of 1.8 million homes for the additional fiber deployment plans to be carried out by Orange in Spain in the coming years. Such deployments will be completed before the end of 2023.
This agreement is in addition to the fiber and mobile agreements already signed between the Euskaltel Group and Orange announced last December 2019. ”
With this agreement, the footprint of virgin telco fiber where you can offer your rates continues to grow. In this period of national expansion it is key to have a presence in as many households as possible. Adding up all the agreements, the fiber coverage of the new operator far exceeds 20 million households.
This is the Virgin telco rates
Virgin telco’s offering can be built à la carte based on one of the two fiber options of 300 Mbps for 33 euros or 600 Mbps for 39 euros, adding the following optional concepts:
- Mobile: 20GB for 6 euros more per month or unlimited Gigas for 29 euros more per month.
- Fixed: calls to landlines and mobiles for 6 euros (Unlimited calls to landlines and 100 minutes to mobiles. Caller ID).
- TV: Premium with Android 4K deco with 50 channels for 8 euros per month or Premium Extra with Android 4K deco with 80 channels for 14 euros per month.