The operator Digi has decided to bet on reducing the prices of its fiber optics between one and five euros, in addition to the mobile lines associated with its contracts. In this way, Digi stands against the general trends followed by other companies such as Orange, Vodafone and Telefónica, which have already announced an increase in costs.
The operator will thus reduce the contracting of mobile lines by one or two euros along with its fiber optic packages and its fiber. Likewise, the company has launched a new offer for its own fiber optic network with 500 Mbps for 15 euros.
This network is available in the urban centers of almost thirty provinces and Digi uses these discounts for its current and new customers. In the rest of the national territory, the company offers up to 300 Mbps for 25 euros per month and 1 Gbps for 30 euros over the fiber optic network within Telefónica.
Digi’s new commercial offensive comes shortly after Orange announced that it will raise its convergent packages between two and five euros starting in March, in line with the increases announced by Movistar and Vodafone. For its part, the MásMóvil group has kept its prices stable.
The company has been dominating the acquisition of new customers for two years thanks to its low prices and has accelerated its investment in the country to build its own fiber optic network, which is now standing out given the rise in costs, which are causing a climate in which the traditional operators have not yet finished adapting.