Yoigo claims one million subscribers (Spain)

January 14, 2009 at 17:08 Leave a comment

Spanish mobile operator Xfera Moviles (Yoigo) has announced that it has reached one million subscribers. The operator, which launched services in December 2006, also revealed that it has deployed 2,500 mobile antennas across the country since it began operations. Commenting on the milestone Yoigo CEO, Johan Andsjo, said, ‘The market has changed incredibly in two years, and we have been a cornerstone of this change.’ Yoigo is 76% owned by Nordic telecoms group TeliaSonera, and according to AIKresearch’s database the cellco had a market share of just 1.40% at the end of September 2008, some way behind its three rivals Telefonica Moviles, Vodafone Spain and Orange Espana.

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