Last July, the Euskaltel Group signed two important agreements with Telefónica and Orange to use fiber optic network of both operators nationwide. The first one lasts for five years, which can be extended and allows the Basque operator to use Telefónica’s infrastructures.

Thanks to the second, it will be able to access 1.8 million households in bitstream mode of Orange’s future fiber optic deployment, which will end before 2023. Now, it has just reached a new agreement with another operator, in this case, with Adamo, so that it will be able to access its entire fiber network, which currently includes more than 1,000,000 homes nationwide.

Expandable to another 500,000 homes

Today, Adamo has its own coverage in Catalonia, Madrid, the Valencian Community, Cantabria, Navarra, Castilla La Mancha, Castilla y León, Extremadura, La Rioja, Galicia and Andalusia. At the same time, it maintains more than 100 wholesale agreements with local and national operators throughout Spain. Now, it has announced one more with the Euskaltel Group for which the Group will have access to the entire fiber optic network of Adamo nationwide.

Thanks to this wholesale agreement, which will last for 5 years, renewable by mutual agreement between both parties, Euskaltel and all its brands will have access to 1,000,000 homes expandable to an additional 500,000 that Adamo plans to deploy this year.

The Euskaltel Group will be able to access the Adamo network in « bitstream » mode, as well as all the technical teams necessary for the commercial activity of the operator in the Adamo network at the national level to be « fully satisfactory and efficient ».

This wholesale agreement signed by Adamo and the Euskaltel Group will have a duration of 5 years, renewable by mutual agreement between both parties.

According to José Miguel García, CEO of the Euskaltel Group, this agreement allows the Group to continue with its « activity of deployment and efficient management of the network, both in its own deployment and in accessing new homes through network sharing agreements « . And he adds that his goal is « reach all nuclei and towns, even the most remote « .

Martin Czermin, CEO of Adamo, assures in this regard that they have gained « an important partner but above all a partner interested in offering next-generation telecommunications services in rural areas of Spain. It is in these areas that we are the most representative face of the Internet in empty Spain”. And he concludes: « Adamo not only grows in its own clients, it grows in wholesale clients ».

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The Euskaltel Group closes an agreement with Adamo to access its fiber network and reach one million more homes