Although it will not be this month, coinciding with the January slope, as other operators such as Movistar or Vodafone have done, the French operator will finally apply a raise your rates. Why? Due to the price of energy and, also, the need to invest in networks in Spain.
In this case, Orange’s price rise will not be as big as Vodafone’s, which adjusts to the CPI, but rather follows in the wake of Movistar and will apply an increase below the CPI to his clients. In addition, we already know how much this price increase in your rates will be.
Orange raises prices
Orange’s price rise will not coincide with the rises of the rest of the telephone companies in this month of January. To be more exact, the French operator will apply the price increase starting next March 12. Of course, below the CPI. In addition, it will be the last operator in Spain to raise prices.
One of the main reasons for this rise is the energy cost in Spain, although it is not the only one, since it also has to do with investments in the network. In addition, to this we must add the report on the EU price framework, in which we can see how prices in Spain have been falling “strongly”, according to the European Commission.
As of March 12, all Orange fiber and mobile packages will go up by 2 euros. And, for those clients who have also contracted soccer, they will see how their rate rises to 5 euros. Therefore, the increase in the rates of the French operator it will be between 2 and 5 euros. Another important detail is that the price increase will be less than the one that will be given in Movistar starting tomorrow or the one that will be given in Vodafone in a few days.
The operator will notify customers
As reported by the French company, from now on, will start notifying your customers price changes in their rates, that is, with the relevant increases below the CPI. More than anything, because they must comply with the mandatory notice period required by law.
It must be taken into account that this operator has been one of the last to jump on the bandwagon raise prices to your customers. And it is that, just a few days ago we were already talking about that, from Orange, they had not yet decided whether or not to raise their prices. Although, finally, they will, as is the case with other operators.
Furthermore, this rise does not affect the rest of the conditions of the operator’s customers with their rates, as well as additional lines or other services that may be currently contracted. Therefore, this increase will affect all customers with fiber and mobile packages, and also for those users who have also contracted a football package with the French operator.