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Nine out of ten fixed broadband lines in Spain had a contracted speed of 100Mbps or more



Broadband use is continuing to grow in Spain, and is getting faster, with 9 out of 10 lines in Spain contracting 100Mbps or more at the end of June, according to the latest figures released this week.

Active fibre to the home (FTTH) accesses exceeded 15 million, and 52 million mobile lines had Internet connection. Mobile Internet traffic registered 1.9 million Terabytes, 29.4% more than in the same period of the previous year.

Revenue from retail services, at 5,7 billion euro, remained stable in the second quarter of 2023 (with an increase of 0.9% compared to 2022). Movistar, Orange and Vodafone accounted for 69.9% of these retail income in the sector, 2.9 percentage points less compared to 2022.

The retail revenue share of Movistar and Vodafone was lower than that of the second quarter of 2022. On the contrary, Orange and Grupo MásMóvil increased their quarterly revenues compared to a year ago.

Installed accesses corresponding to new generation networks (NGA) were 86.2 million, 11.2% more than a year ago. The only accesses that grew were fibre to the home (FTTH), with 78 million accesses deployed, 8.9 million more than the previous year.

84.1% of active broadband lines were fibre at the end of June. Of the 17.9 million fixed broadband connections, those that had a contracted speed of 100Mbps or higher exceeded 16.7 million.

72.5% of the fixed broadband lines belonged to Movistar, Orange and Grupo MásMóvil.

If we talk about mobile telephony, the market share for Movistar, Orange and Vodafone was 69.6%, 1.8 percentage points less than a year ago. Of the total of 59.9 million mobile lines, 52 million had an Internet connection.

Evolution of mobile broadband traffic (millions of Terabytes). Source: CNMC

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