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Pepephone opts to move to Telefonica's network - report

Tuesday 9 September 2014 | 09:49 CET | News
Spanish MVNO Pepephone has torn up an agreement with Yoigo and opted to sign a four-year deal to use Telefonica's mobile network in Spain, according to a report in business daily Expansion. In February Pepephone revealed that it was abandoning Vodafone Spain's network and moving to that of Yoigo, having become frustrated by Vodafone's inability or refusal to offer 4G services. Pepephone even filed a complaint before a mercantile court accusing Vodafone of breach of contract. However, Yoigo's plan to become the first operator in Spain to offer 4G wholesale services to MVNOs was held back by

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Pepephone / Telefonica / Vodafone Spain / Yoigo
Countries: Spain
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