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Movistar Movistar S.A. (before Telefónica) is a Spanish telecommunications company. Operating mainly in Spain and Latin America it is one of the largest fixed-line and mobile telecommunications companies in the world, 4th in terms of number of clients and 6th in total market value. In recent years, Movistar has concentrated its telecommunications business, reinforcing its presence in the fixed and mobile telephony markets and orientating its business model towards satisfying the communication needs of all its customers.

Website: Movistar

Vodafone Spain

Vodafone Spain Vodafone Group Plc is the world's leading mobile telecommunications company, with a significant presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the United States through the Company's subsidiary undertakings, joint ventures, associated undertakings and investments.

Website: Vodafone Spain


Orange Orange is the brand used by France Télécom for its mobile network operator and Internet service provider subsidiaries. It is the fifth largest telecom operator in the world, with over 189 million customers as of 2009. The brand was created in 1994 for Hutchison Telecom's UK mobile phone network, which was acquired by France Télécom in August 2000. In 2006, the company's ISP operations, previously Wanadoo, were also rebranded Orange. Orange is now the unique commercial façade of almost all France Telecom services.

Website: Orange


Euskaltel Euskaltel is a telecommunications company based in the Spanish autonomous community Basque Country, with its headquarters in Derio (near Bilbao). Its name literally translates into English as "Basque-Tel". It was formed by a joint effort of the Basque Government and Basque public saving banks. It has a network of fiber optics under Basque cities, laid in collaboration with the Basque gas company.

Website: Euskaltel


ONO ONO is the leading alternative provider of telecommunications, broadband Internet and pay television services in Spain and the only cable operator with national coverage. ONO offers its services to around 1.9 million residential cable access and 69,000 SMEs customers as of 30 September 2008, through its own state of the art networks which give direct access to 7 million homes in franchises that cover the majority of Spain, including the nine largest cities. ONO is the principal competitor to the incumbent telecommunications and pay television operators in Spain. On an annualised basis for the quarter ended 30 September 2008, ONO generated revenues of 1,584 million and EBITDA of 718 million.

Website: ONO

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