The total fibre optic lines to the home (FTTH) reached 13.8 million in January in Spain, with a monthly growth of 89,944 lines. 36.6% of the total FTTH lines correspond to Movistar, with a fleet of 5.1 million lines.
83% of broadband lines in Spain are already FTTH lines, according to the latest data published in CNMCData.
75.7% of the total lines were concentrated in the three main operators, Movistar, Orange (including Jazztel) and Vodafone (including Ono).
Lines with broadband closed the month of January with a total of 50.06 million lines, 2.7% more than in the same month of 2022. This means that 87% of mobile lines already had, on that date, access to Internet.
In general, mobile telephone lines totalled 42,790 lines in January, reaching 57.75 million (3.2% more than a year ago).
The three main operators represented 72.1% of the total number of mobile lines in the market.
476,400 users changed operator, which is 9.9% less than the volume registered in the same month of 2022.
In January, just over 30,000 fixed lines were lost. The month closed with a total of 18.07 million lines. 114,258 fixed numbers were ported, 23% less than in the same month of the previous year.