After a brief resurgence in May, the number of mobile connections in Spain has began falling once again, as cash-strapped individuals dump their mobiles.
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Telefonica, the largest mobile operator in Spain, will finally get its own 4G network thanks to a contract with Alcatel-Lucent.
Spain will be first country in the world to get to use Vodafone’s new contactless payment system, developed with Visa.
Users who exceed their monthly data allowance will see speeds drop to 32Kbps, the operator has confirmed.
Vodafone has beaten Orange and Yoigo to become Spain’s first mobile operator to offer LTE services, while number one player Movistar is still yet to announce its plans.
Spain’s third and fourth largest mobile operators will launch fourth-generation services within days of each other
4G is coming to Movistar subscribers and rival Yoigo will be able to offer broadband, television and mobile bundles in return.
Business and consumer tariffs set to debut next month, along with packages aimed at tablets and laptop users.
Reports claim the Spanish government stepped in to stop multi-billion Euro deal from happening have been denied by the operator.
Apple has finally opened its new flagship store in the centre of Madrid. ZDNet went along to the opening.