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Topic - Telefónica
) is a Spanish broadband and telecommunications provider with operations in Europe, the United States and Latin America. Operating globally, it is the fifth largest mobile network provider in the world. The company is the former public monopoly of telecommunications in Spain. Its head office is in the Distrito Telefónica in Madrid. - Source: Wikipedia
Cuba apparently has finally switched on the first undersea fiber-optic cable linking it to the outside world nearly two years after its arrival, according to analysis by a company that monitors global Internet use.
Spain's National Competition Commission has fined top telecommunications operators Telefonica, Vodafone and Orange a total of (EURO)120 million ($159 million) for abusing their dominant position and charging excessively high prices for texts and multimedia messages.