In the hope that the CMT publishes the monthly results for November and December 2009, on the other hand already have information on how the market has behaved of the NET portability throughout 2009.
Traditional operators include a change of trend that has favored to Orange and for the first time has a positive net balance. On the opposite side are Movistar hardening his fall and Vodafone that it has finished being the operator with greater loss of lines for portability.
Clarify before continuing that in these data the high of new numbers, are not taken into account due to which all operators have gained customers during the past year.
Results net portability during 2009
- Movistar: lost near 153.000 users against 60,000 in 2008.
- Vodafone: loses around 305.000 numbers against the 23,000 lost in 2008.
- Orange: earns $ 23,000 lines facing the 82,000 lost in 2008, numbers the 340,000 2007 and 520,000 in 2006.
- Yoigo: keeps your positive balance with 307.000 new lines the 80,000 front of 2008.
- KPN Spain (with brands such as Simyo and Blau): is the most prominent OMV with 70,000 new lines.
- Rest of MVNO’s: have a positive net balance of 58,000 lines.
Movistar and Vodafone agree in blame bad data to the loss of customers has due mainly to customers of card prepayment and therefore one of the segments with less economic interest since its customers spend less than the contract.
You can to calm the waters of some as bad data, Vodafone has wanted to specify that during the first 11 months of 2009 achieved a saldor positive 66,000 out of contract so it would be clear that the most disadvantaged sector has really been the prepayment will be migrated to low cost operators more economic options They have these data in a more competitive 2010?