Talking about fiber and mobile rates with permanence can evoke us to times gone by when most operators offered discounted mobiles and a tedious 24-month minimum contract. Unfortunately, a large part of the telephone companies continues to opt for this type of contract despite including abusive clauses that oblige the customer to maintain the line for a period part of the year. This time we have compiled the penalty for canceling a contract with permanence of all telephone operators in Spain, including virtual operators.
Movistar penalty for breaching the permanence
Like most operators in Spain, Movistar offers two types of packages whose permanence depends on the type of service to be hired.
The Fusion rates that include the Fiber, TV and mobile packages have no commitment of permanence . Only in the case of the first fiber optic installation at home, which is free, will a commitment to stay on the line for 3 months will be assumed.
Like the basic Merger rates, mobile rates # do not have permanence of any kind. If we hire Fusion Pro, the Fusion rate for freelancers, the minimum stay is 12 months, and it has a penalty of 190 euros .
Vodafone penalty for not fulfilling the permanence
The conditions offered by Vodafone are very similar to those of Movistar. And it is that while the operator does not have any type of tie in the mobile lines , in the fiber and Internet rates the minimum period of permanence is 12 months.
In the case of canceling the fiber line before the fulfillment of the contract, 180 euros corresponding to the installation costs of the line must be paid .
Jazztel penalty for unsubscribing
Jazztel, together with Orange, offers a type of permanence subject only to fiber lines and Internet. Said permanence starts for 12 months , and is applied to the convergent plans of Fibra and Móvil if we contract both services at the same time.
As for mobile lines, they do not have any type of permanence unless we contract the payment in installments of a mobile phone, in which case the period extends up to 24 months of permanence . In rates with 12 months of permanence, the penalty will be 80 euros, while in rates with 24 months of obligation the amount rises to 100 euros.
Orange penalty for unsubscribing early
The conditions imposed by Orange are exactly the same as Jazztel , as they belong to the same group.
In summary, the operator has a 12-month permanence period in its Love and Home convergent rates . In the case of mobile rates, there is no period of permanence unless we buy a mobile phone in installments, which will force us to stay for 24 months .
The conditions as regards penalties are the same as in Jazztel: 100 euros if the stay is 24 months and 80 euros if it is 12 months . Both amounts may vary depending on the time remaining until the end of the contract.
Yoigo's penalty for unsubscribing
The case of Yoigo is very similar to that of the rest of conventional operators. And it is that although the mobile lines of the operator do not have permanence, these are extended up to 24 months if we decide to acquire a terminal from its catalog.
If we refer to your Internet rates with fiber optics and ADSL, the minimum stay is 12 months or 100 euros of penalty , which can vary depending on the time we have remained online. So, if we decide to cancel a Yoigo line after 6 months, the amount to be paid will be 50 euros .
Lowi's penalty for breaching tenure
Lowi is, along with other virtual operators, one of the companies that offers less ties in its rates.
In plans oriented to mobile lines, the permanence of the service is non-existent, while in Internet lines it is only 3 months . If we choose to cancel the service before 3 months, the amount to be paid will be 70 euros, which corresponds to the installation fee .
Pepephone penalty for unsubscribing
Pepephone does not have any type of penalty for cancellation of the service. This exemption applies to both mobile lines and Internet lines .
Penalty of MásMóvil for not fulfilling the permanence
The permanence of MásMóvil is not the same for all the company's plans. As a general rule, despite the fact that mobile lines do not have any type of permanence, it is possible to find rates with at least 3 months of permanence if they enjoy a temporary discount for promotion.
In the case of fiber optic Internet lines, the minimum period is usually 12 months. Convergent packages, meanwhile, amount to up to 24 months or a penalty of 100 euros if we terminate the contract before its end.
Amena penalty for breaching permanence
Being part of the Orange group of operators, the conditions of permanence are the same as in Orange and Jazztel. The mobile lines do not have permanence of any kind unless we contract the purchase of an Amena mobile .
On the other hand, the landline and Internet lines add up to 12 months of permanence or 80 euros of penalty . In 24-month rates, this same penalty amounts to 100 euros.
O2 penalty for dropping the line
Like Pepephone, O2 does not have any type of permanence in any of its mobile, mobile and fiber rates and only fiber.
Tuenti penalty for line permanence
Tuenti also does not have any type of penalty on its mobile and convergent rates with fiber and mobile plans.
SUOP penalty for permanence
The case of SUOP is very similar to that of the rest of the telephone companies: without permanence in the mobile lines and with a minimum stay of 12 months in the Internet and fixed lines .
Unfortunately, the operator does not provide information on the penalty for termination of the contract.