Orange will apply on March 12 a rise of two euros per month to all its fiber rates and five euros for those that include its football package before “the current economic situation of generalized increase in costs”, according to the communication that customers of the company have already begun to receive.
In this way, customers who have contracted a rate without football with the company will pay two euros more per month, while those who do enjoy this package will see their monthly rate increased by five euros.
The price increase will not affect the rest of the conditions of the rates, such as additional lines or other services, which “will not vary”, according to the company’s notification.
In addition, if they do not agree with the price increase, customers can change to another rate “that best suits their needs” or request the termination of the contract without penalty until March 12.
Orange has been the latest telecommunications company to announce price increases after Telefónica (BME:TEF) and Vodafone (LON:VOD) update their tariffs.
Specifically, Telefónica will raise its rates on average by 6.8% from tomorrow, while Vodafone will also increase its prices by 8.1% from January 22, which will mean an increase of four euros on average.