The agreement is a further step in the agreements signed with Orange, signed on December 13, 2019, when the company indicated that it had renewed and improved its wholesale agreements with the company, both for fixed networks and for mobile networks, in order to improve conditions and extend the duration of previous agreements. Bilbao, July 7, 2020. The Euskaltel Group has signed an agreement with Orange to access at least 1.8 million homes out of the 3 million included in Orange`s additional fibre optic development plans in the coming years. These deployments will be completed by the end of 2023. Adamo CEO Martin Czermin said he was « very pleased with the agreement » because « we are gaining an important partner, but above all a partner interested in providing state-of-the-art telecommunications services to rural Spain. Here we have become the face of the Internet in rural Spain. Spanish telecommunications group Euskaltel Group has reached a one million euro agreement with fibre optic operator Adamo for access to its federal network. Jos Miguel Garca, CEO of the Euskaltel Group, said: « This is a very important agreement for the Euskaltel Group, as it allows us to guarantee access to the most advanced 5G technology networks to offer quality products and services to our customers. This agreement provides the best service to all existing and new customers arriving on board through our national expansion strategy. The latest agreement aims to enable Euskaltel to continue its national plan to cover fibre optics via the Orange network. Euskaltel will market services throughout Spain under the Virgin telco brand.
The agreement has been confirmed for an initial five-year term renewable by mutual agreement and can be extended to the 500,000 additional homes that Adamo is expected to take this year. The new agreement will remain in effect as long as the mobile operator`s current service agreements with Orange (June 2024) are in effect. Bilbao, October 15, 2020. The Euskaltel Group has signed an agreement with Orange that will allow the group to offer its customers 5G mobile technology as a mobile virtual network operator hosted on the Orange network. This agreement allows the group to compete from January 1, 2022. The parties can negotiate to advance this date to the date when Orange will launch the 5G service commercially and on a large scale.