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Adamo Movil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


Amena

mobile brand | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Orange launched a low-cost mobile brand service called Amena in June 2012. Orange Spain took over the Amena brand when it acquired Auna's mobile business in 2005.


Bankinter Movil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Spanish financial services provider Bankinter offers mobile telephony services first exclusively for its banking customers since May 2011 also service for the general public.


Betis Movil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


BT Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

(UK) ISP that offers mobile broadband as well and BT Talk Time. (SP) Full MVNO on Vodafone network, targeting Businesses. Became MNO in the UK after finalising the purchase of EE in 2016. (IT) New MVNO from December 2010 (IT) BT Italia, the Italian subsidiary of British Telecom, has decided to move from MVNO to full MVNO. In addition, the operator has changed its network partner from Vodafone to Telecom Italia. The agreement with the Italian operator's mobile unit TIM was signed back in August, but the changeover will take place in 2014


CableMovil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

MVNO in Spain owned by the Phone House/ Carphone Warehouse.


Conectabalear

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Cyrca

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


Digi Mobil Spain

MVNO | Networks: Telefonica- Movistar | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


Embou

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Eroski Movil

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Eroski is a Spanish supermarket chain with nearly 1,000 outlets spread across Spain (excluding franchises).


Eticom

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Spanish cooperative MVNO Eticom has begun offering mobile services on the Orange Spain network (june 2015)


Euskaltel

MVNO | Networks: Orange, Vodafone | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Euskaltel, S.A. is a telecommunications company based in the Spanish autonomous community Basque Country. The company has an MVNO agreement with Vodafone, previously it had an agreement with Amena to provide mobile service in the Basque country while Amena operated in the rest of Spain, but it was ended when Amena was absorbed by France Telecom, becoming Orange.


Fibwi

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Spanish broadband provider Fibwi, present on the Balearic Islands, has launched as an MVNO on the Orange network begin 2016.


FreedomPop

MVNO | Networks: Masmovil, Telefonica- Movistar | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Globe Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: Ethnic | Status: Active


GT Mobile

mobile brand | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: Ethnic | Status: Active

Additional brand of Lycamobile. In january 2014 Lycamobile announced to stop GT Mobile's services in the Netherlands. All GT Mobile customers were transferred to Lycamobile.


Happy Movil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Active

Prepaid MVNO owned by the Phonehouse.


Hits mobile

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Ibercom

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


ION Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Jazztel

mobile brand | Networks: Orange | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Spanish internet provider Jazztel signed at first an agreement with France Telecom Espana (Orange) to offer mobile services as MVNO. In May 2015 Orange Orange secured the European Commission’s approval of its EUR 3.4 billion takeover of Jazztel


Jetnet

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Jiayu Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Yoigo | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Knet

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Kuile Mobile

MVNO | Networks: unknown | Services: unknown | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

It is a new virtual operator they promise better price receiving advertising in the mobile phone.


LCR

MVNO | Networks: unknown | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Lebara

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: Ethnic | Status: Active

The Lebara Group is a telecommunications company providing services in many European countries (currently Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, France, Germany and UK) including Australia using the mobile virtual network operator business model. Lebara Mobile provides Pay As You Go mobile SIM cards, targeted towards the needs of international communities and migrant workers. Lebara stopped its activities in Belgium in 2007 and Norway business was sold to Network Norway (now part of Tele2 Norway), Swiss operation was sold to Sunrise Communications (july 2013), while Poland was closed in March 2015. End of 2014 it launched services in Saudi Arabia.


Llamaya móvil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active

Mobile brand of MVNO More minutes in Spain (www.moreminutes.es) Spanish operator MasMovil has announced the acquisition of 100 percent of MVNO Llamaya (Feb 2017)


Lowi

mobile brand | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Lycamobile

MVNO | Networks: Telefonica- Movistar, Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active

Lycamobile offers prepaid SIM cards with reduced international calling rates, focusing on users who normally use calling cards to phone abroad. The comapny has set up MVNOs in the following countries: UK, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Portugal, Australia, Denmark, France, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Spain, Italy and recently US (March 2013) and Austria (November 2013).


Mobilcat

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


More minutes

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active


Movi Data

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Active

Phone House Spain has launched a new MVNO called Movi Data. The MVNO offers wireless data service but not voice.


Movil Dia

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Prepaid MVNO of Spanish supermarket chain Dia, part of Carrefour Group.


Movilonia

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

Part of Pepehone


Neo Sky

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


Ocean’s

SP | Networks: unknown | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Ono

mobile brand | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

In July 2014, The European Commission has approved Vodafone’s EUR 7.2 billion takeover of Spanish cable provider Ono.


Orbitel

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active

Driving force behind MVNO Orbitel is the Colombian operator UNE EPM Telecomunicaciones. Orbitel uses uses Elephant Talk's MVNE platform and is hosted by Vizzavi Espana, a Vodafone Group company. Orbitel's agreement with Vizzavi Espana enables it as a MVNO to operate voice and data services over the Vodafone network in Spain. Elephant Talk has a hosting agreement with Vizzavi Espana to use its MVNE platform technology. Orbitel's initial distribution started with specialized ethnic distribution channels and with El Corte Ingles Spanish department store chain.


Parlem

MVNO | Networks: unknown | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


Pepephone

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

MVNO based on x-selling, belonging to the largest Spanish tourism group. Money spent in mobile is returned as a discount for flghts or car rental. Pepephone was acquired by MasMovil in Q2 2016, brand is expected to be continued.


Pirata Telecom

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Mobile brand of the Phone House Spain.


PTV Telecom

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


R

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

R is the trading name of R Cable y Telecomunicaciones Galicia, S.A., a Spanish cable company based in Galicia, Spain offering quadruple play services, (telephone, mobile phone, Internet and television).


Redmovil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Republica Movil

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

A new Spanish MVNO launched from November 2013 a series of low-cost tariff plans and an offer to recompense customers with monthly payments for friend referrals. Will be using the Orange Spain network, the MVNO offers just four postpaid voice and data plans, with no tie-in periods.


Simyo

mobile brand | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Pre-paid, low cost, SIM-only MVNO launched. Owned 100% by KPN Mobile. Started in Germany, later roll-out in Belgium, Netherlands, Spain and France. End of 2011 Simyo France was sold to Bouygues Telecom. In december 2012, Orange has completed the acquisition of Spanish MVNO Simyo. Orange will continue using the Simyo brand, and Simyo will continue operating as a MVNO on the Spanish market.


Suop

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Suop was launched in December 2013. The new operator describes itself as the first collaborative mobile operator on the Spanish market, managed by its own users. Suop was set up by a community of 2,000 members and aims to attract 100,000 customers over the next three years.


Telecable

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Cable company that operates in Asturias (northern Spain) offering triple play services (telephone, Internet and television) as well as mobile phone services as an MVNO since 2007.


Truphone

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


Tuenti Movil

mobile brand | Networks: Telefonica- Movistar | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

Youth brand Movistar in Spain


UppMobile

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Viva Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Vodafone | Services: prepaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


Vozelia

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


Yoigo

mobile brand | Networks: Telefonica- Movistar | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Former know as Xfera, MNO for 3G, with a national roaming agreement. In June 2016 it is acquired by Masmovil.


You Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Orange | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active


Yu

mobile brand | Networks: Vodafone | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Youth | Status: Active

Youth brand of Vodafone.




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