Finally, The MVNO of El Corte IngléS Will Not Be Released

Almost five years have passed since the launch of the first MVNO in Spain and the market has undergone a constant evolution that has resulted in a reduction in prices unthinkable when it began though things seem to be changing due to the high penetration of lines and the reaction of traditional operators.

Currently exists more than thirty OMVs while some have ceased their activity, others such as Simyo and Lebara expected change of owner in the next few months and now, The English Court confirms that it will not launch its MVNO Sweno.

Despite four years of efforts to make reality the Sweno project and despite having prepared a commercial offering some lucky can try, finally Sweno will not launch going to clog up the list of MVNOs that have been on the road with other projects that sounded interesting as four, Kuile, Blyk or Flipamovil mobile.

The already saturated market increasingly has less maneuvering room to continue lowering rates for what is becoming more necessary than nape clearly define a strategy with a differential offer that the MVNO’s that don’t know point out towards clear objectives, will have a difficult future or directly will not see light as is the case with El Corte Inglés.