476 One more month we stop to check how is the panorama of the operators in our country. Before the…
One more month we stop to check how is the panorama of the operators in our country. Before the avalanche of summer promotions that awaits us this month (with Jazztel Y Amena presenting his first offers) let’s review the state of the portabilities of May 2018 for the different companies.
While last month the MásMóvil group stood out above this, thanks in part to Yoigo and the announcement of his unlimited data rate It was not until May when Yoigo It has finished exploding, to the joy of the group. In fact, the “purple” operator accumulates about 50,000 new customers this month, something that is available to very few.
Expressing it in figures, Yoigo gets 42100 new customers last month. Pepephone also contributes 7500 new contracts to the MásMóvil group, which, in its main operator, accumulates about 5700 new clients. The sum of all of them ends up generating a global computation of 55,300 new clients in the group.
The low-cost operator of Vodafone It is the only joy that the operator takes, because it accumulates 20,300 new customers. The same happens with Digi, who goes on to swell his list of contracts with 20,000 new users.
Tuenti, with 4600 new clients, as well as PTV, with 4500 and mobile Republic, with 4000 new clients, are other of the winners of the portabilities of the month of May 2018 .
If 55,300 were the new customers that the group accumulated MoreMobile , precisely a similar number are the users who lose Vodafone . The operator is left by the way 55200 contracts, but the success of Lowi Makes it not a month as bad as you might expect. It is to be expected that as soon as the operator’s summer offers are announced, the company retraces this second half of the year ahead of us.
But paint the thing for Orange , who ends the month losing 52300 clients. The operator is in the same situation as Vodafone , and we will have to wait to see what result your summer promotions give you.
For its part, Movistar continues to lose customers, but its 161,000 fewer customers this month are not as alarming as those of the operators mentioned. In addition, we have to count on the positive figures offered by Tuenti, Telefónica’s low-cost operator.
To observe the annual trend of all operators, nothing better than observing how the portabilities throughout the year: