Spanish numbers: Telefónica locks in #4 Digi for 16 years


Key domestic partner retained with fresh 16-year mobile network sharing agreement, alongside renewed national roaming. Additionally, Digi strengthening wholesale fixed broadband ties, rather than heading for exit and creating another financial hole for Telefónica…

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  • Organisations: abrdn; American Tower; Arjun Infrastructure Partners; AT&T; Cornerstone; Digi Communications; Digi Spain; Entel; European Commission (EC); GLIL Infrastructure; IDB Invest; Internet para Todos (IpT); KKR; Liberty Global; Macquarie Capital; MÁSMÓVIL; MásOrange; Meta; Metrotel; Millicom International Cellular; Nexfibre; ONNET Fibra Chile; ONNET Fibra Colombia; ON*NET Fibra Peru; Orange Spain; SION; Sota Investments; Telefónica Argentina; Telefónica Colombia; Telefónica España; Telefónica Group; Telefónica Mexico; Tigo; Virgin Media O2; Vodafone Spain; Vodafone UK; Zegona Communications.
  • People: Ángel Vilá.
  • Themes: Broadband; Capital expenditure; Fibre (FTTP/FTTH); Infrastructure sharing; Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO); National roaming; Network sharing; Radio access networks (RAN); Regulation; Spectrum; Technology; Wholesale broadband.
  • Geographic: Argentina; Chile; Colombia; Europe; Hispanoamérica; Latin America; Mexico; Peru; Spain; UK.

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