The novelties accumulated by the telecommunications operators in recent weeks have once again altered the ranking of the best rates, so we begin another month updating our comparisons and compiling the offers with the cheapest final price corresponding to the month of March 2023.
Whether you just need mobile line, only fiber or a combination of bothwith or without television, in the following graphs you will be able to quickly know the price with all inclusive (without temporary promotions or extras that can give rise to surprises in the invoice when you least expect it), but you will also be able to access the complete comparisons with all the details where to choose based on coverage or other details.
Who has the cheapest prepaid card rate?
Users interested in a prepaid card feewithout bank accounts and without automatic charges that can cause unexpected surprises, this month of March 2023the cheapest rates depending on the type of calls included are the following:
- No calls includedSimyo offers 4 GB for 2 euros, 12 GB for 4.50 euros, and 20 GB for 7 euros.
- With minute bonusDigi and MásMóvil offer 100 minutes and 3 GB for 3 euros and Simyo offers 120 minutes with 4 GB for 3.50 euros, with 12 GB for 6 euros or with 20 GB for 8.50 euros.
- With unlimited minutes, Lebara offers 10 GB for 5 euros, 40 GB for 10 euros, 80 GB for 15 euros or 150 GB for 30 euros. In addition, MásMóvil offers 15 GB for 7 euros, 40 GB for 10 euros, 80 GB for 15 euros and 120 GB for 20 euros, but the one who devastates is tumovil, from 30 GB for 6.90 euros and up to 150 GB for 12.90 euros .
Who has the cheapest mobile contract rate?
Users interested in a contract mobile line without fiber, you will find the following as a reference in cheaper rates:
- No calls includedSimyo offers 4 GB for 2 euros, and 12 GB for 4.50 euros, or 20 GB for 7 euros.
- With minute bonus, Digi offer 100 minutes and 3 GB for 3 euros or 100 minutes and 6 GB for 5 euros. With 120 minutes, Simyo offers 4 GB for 3.50 euros, or 12 GB for 6 euros.
- With unlimited minutes, Xenet offers between 14 GB for 5.90 euros and 160 GB for 17 euros, and tumovil, between 30 GB for 6.90 euros and 400 GB for 15 euros. With cumulative gigabytes, Lowi, Simyo and Digi offer up to 100 GB cumulative for 20 euros.
In addition, this month Vodafone has also released new rates with unlimited 5G data and a subscription to choose between HBOmax, Disney+ or Amazon Prime for 39 euros. you can access more details and other fees depending on your coverage in the complete comparison of mobile contract rates, and in the specific comparison of rates with unlimited data.
Who has the cheapest fiber-only offer?
Users interested in a fiber internet connection at homewithout the need to contract a mobile phone with the same operator, this month of March 2023 you will find the following rates as a reference in minimum prices:
- fiber to 300 Mbps for 20.90 euros at Wifitech with MásMóvil coverage, and for 24.90 euros with Movistar coverage.
- fiber to 500 Mbps for 27.90 euros in Simyo (Orange + Movistar coverage). Digi also offers 500 Mbps for 15 euros, but only with its own coverage (in 3.3 million homes).
- fiber to 600 Mbps for 29.95 euros in Lowi and finetwork (Vodafone + Movistar coverage).
- fiber to 1,000 Mbps for 30 euros on Oléphone and Digi (Digi + Movistar coverage). Digi also offers 1 Gbps fiber in its own coverage areas (in more than three million homes) for 20 euros.
- Fiber without permanence in Movistar and O2, or with three months of permanence in Digi, Simyo and Lowi.
In addition, this month, Wifitech has snatched the position of the cheapest fiber from Xenet, Netnet has released new rates.
You can also find out about the other operators that offer fiber and their conditions in the complete fiber-only comparison. And if you do not have fiber coverage, you can also find other alternatives for home internet connection such as ADSL, 4G at home and satellite Internet.
Who has the cheapest fiber and mobile combo?
Users interested in a combined offer of fiber and mobile this month you will find how minimum price reference the following rates:
- fiber to 300 Mbps and mobile from 14 GB for 27.80 euros from Xenet, or with 100 GB for 35.90 euros, among others. Only available under direct coverage of Yoigo/MásMóvil.
- fiber to 300 Mbps and mobile with 10 GB for 30 euros, or with 20 GB for 31 euros, 50 GB for 33 euros or 100 GB for 35 euros from Digi.
- fiber to 600 Mbps and mobile with 25 GB for 34.90 euros from Finetwork, or with 55 GB for 39.90 euros at Finetwork (includes a free year of Amazon Prime), and with 50 GB at Lowi.
- With 100 GB on mobileDigi includes 300 Mbps fiber for 35 euros, Orange includes 100 Mbps fiber for 38.99 euros, Lowi includes 600 Mbps fiber for 42.95 euros, O2 includes 1,000 Mbps fiber for 50 euros and Pepephone includes 800 fiber Mbps and Netflix for 50.90 euros.
- fiber to 1,000 Mbps with mobile from 10 GB for 35 euros from Digi and up to 100 GB for 40 euros. And if you have your own Digi fiber coverage, you save 10 euros per month.
Also, this month Suop and Jetnet have improved their offerings, and MásMóvil is now officially 5G compatible. Taking into account other variables, such as fiber and mobile coverage, the availability of telephone fixed, the accumulation of gigabytes, or the possibility of buying mobile phones in installmentsother operators such as Pepephone, O2, Jazztel, Virgin telco or MásMóvil, also stand out among the best cheap fiber and mobile combinations, as detailed in the comparative graph.
Families who, in addition to fiber, are interested in contracting at least two mobile lines under the same owner, will be able to enjoy discounts on additional mobile lines with some operators, so that cheapest family mixes on the market They remain as summarized in the graph, although you will also be able to find out the price of adding more lines or other combinations with more gigabytes in the complete comparison.
Who has the best mix of fiber, mobile and television?
Users interested in a combined offer of fiber, mobile and television, they will be able to choose mainly between Movistar and Orange rates if they want to watch football, while without football, Orange does not offer deco, and Movistar and Vodafone have the cheapest, most complete and flexible rates. Besides, Vodafone includes fewer channels by default than its rivals, but in return, it includes HBOmax or Disney+ for free.
This month, the renaming of the TNT channel comes into force, and it will become Warner TV. You can find out all the details about the channels and functions of pay television in this comparison.