Lycamobile Spain sells 65,000 Sim cards in three weeks

Thursday 28 October 2010 | 11:58 CET | News
MVNO Lycamobile has sold over 65,000 Sim cards within 20 days of launching its operations in Spain over Movistar's network, Movilonia reports. Customers can top up their phone credit at over 150,000 places around the country, including all of Movistar's payphones, Disa stores and Epay top-up points. Another 100,000 estblishments are set to be added soon. Lycamobile has introduced very aggressive promotions to build up its customer base, including free 15 minute on-net calls in Spain (after a EUR 0.20 connection fee), and free 15 minute calls (EUR 0.39 connection fee) to Lycamobile phones in

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Lycamobile
Countries: Spain
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i have data problum plz mi help thank
jagbahadur pun @ 9/6/2012 - 01:59

How much does it cost to ring fixed line in Australia with Lycamobile. What about Australian Lycamobile numbers?
John Camino @ 12/4/2011 - 12:21

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