Euskaltel Wants to Be The First MVNO in Spain

The Euskaltel operator has just received the license of mobile operator by the market of the Telecommunications Commission (CMT) and already negotiates with the three major mobile operators in the country (Amena, Telefonica and Vodafone) to start your business as a virtual mobile operator (MVNO). The Basque telecommunications company is making efforts to try to become the first virtual operator of mobile (MVNO) in Spain.

For which are not already aware of this issue, the mobile virtual operators are those who do not have frequent radio, netw or antennas but reaching agreements with companies that have the infrastructure to rent them and offer their own services. Euskaltel already it has network of mobile telephony in the Basque country but not available in the rest of the State.

The logical thing would be to think that Euskaltel You can reach an agreement with the operator Amena, which is now owned by France Telecom, with which it collaborates since 1998, to be able to continue working as they have done so to date, but it has yet to see with which of the three operators José Antonio Ardanza signed the agreement the company chaired by the former President to offer his services as an MVNO in all Spain.