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Signal Jammer Frequenies for Spain

14.09.2017
Signal Jammer Frequenies for Spain

Mobile   communications  in Spain was first presented in 1976 and began with the   so called  automobile radio phone, which was developed and supported by    Telefónica company. We should admit that the market of mobile    communications was created by that company and all its features are the    result of Telefónica's activity. It was a monopolist until 1994 and  the   only telecommunications company on the market.


That   company was  founded in 1924 and still holds the top position on the   market. Its  share in the telecom market is 75%. If to consider mobile    communications, its market share is 41%. Nowadays, Telefónica provides    cell phone service and communications under the Movistar trademark. In    1995, a company named Airtel-Vodafone has entered Spanish mobile    communications market and in 1998 Amena-Orange joined them too. And  in    2006, when the market became really competitive – Yoigo. And since  2001   lots of virtual mobile carriers has appeared in Spain, which were  using   mobile networks of the existing carriers.

 

According to the statistical data, in    December 2011 the quantity of active mobile users in Spain reached  the   point of 58 million people, 42% of the population use prepaid GSM    services and 58% for the postpaid. Mobile carriers of Spain has built a    decent GSM network, which covers 98% of the country. As for the  mobile   communications standards, Spain uses the widely spread European  GSM   standard on 900/1800 MHz frequency. Also, major mobile carriers  provide   3G services with UMTS and WCDMA standards, which use 2100 MHz  frequency.

 

Now, a couple of words about mobile    carriers in Spain. At the moment, there are 4 major mobile carriers,    which have their own GSM network and a decent coverage. They are    Movistar, Vodafone, Orange and Yoigo.

We've already mentioned virtual    carriers. Their market share in Spain is  4.9% of the market, or 2.7    millions of users. There are nearly 40 of  such carriers in Spain, they    do not have their own network and they use  the infrastructure of one  of   those major carriers. They sell their  services under their own    trademarks.

 

There are two kinds of mobile service  in   Spain: prepaid and postpaid. They are called Contract “Contrato”  and   Card “Tarjeta”. The Card option is in fact a prepaid option. You  will   have to pay fro the service before you use it and the payment can  be   made with special terminals or various e-payments.

 

A Contract for mobile service is  being   signed for 12-18 months, it depends on the carrier and the  option,   you've chosen. In that case, client is obliged to provide the  carrier   with the data on his bank account, for which mobile carrier  will send   invoices monthly. You should know that Contract option os  available to   residents only, and only in case you have a bank account  in the local   Spanish bank.

 

As a   conclusion we may say that  Spain has built its mobile communications   networks really fast and the  big quantity of mobile carriers works for   the benefits of consumers,  because more competition means lower prices.