If Movistar launched a year ago the rate fixed flat national 24 hours a day and that little more than one month ago lowered its monthly €15, now strikes back Orange with a lower cost of €9 per month.
Both rates are available for prepaid and contract customers but limited a maximum of 1000 minutes free (with free call set-up) and a maximum of 500 calls monthly on Movistar, or a maximum of 75 different destinations in Orange. The rest of the calls will continue to tarificando according to the rate that you have contracted.
Vodafone meanwhile has fixed flat rate national but only if you hire also mobile internet with your product browsing and speaking for €49 / month (€ 39 per internet with unlimited traffic + €10 for free calls to landlines).
Clarify that this new product has nothing to do with the replacement of the fixed service by mobile retaining the fixed numbering launched recently with Vodafone in your House and Movistar House.
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