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Spain poised to temporarily suspend portability process - report

Wednesday 18 March 2020 | 09:52 CET | News
The Spanish government is preparing to temporarily suspend the country's fixed and mobile number portability processes as part of its effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus, according to unnamed sources cited by business daily Expansion. Preventing customers from changing operator would enable Spain's main service providers to focus their efforts on maintaining networks that are experiencing a surge in consumption during the current nationwide lockdown. It would also prevent users from having to travel to operator outlets and lower the risk of contagion among installers of home fibre

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