The operator Ono, now owned by Vodafone, plans to increase speed for its customers free of charge. Specifically, fiber customers with 120 megabytes will have 300 megabytes as of September 15.
This is being indicated to some customers who have come to the customer service phone, trying to unsubscribe. Apparently the promotion will reach all current customers of the Ono operator. Even so, it is possible that said offer will somehow reach new customers.
Both Ono and Vodafone are carrying out a strong customer acquisition strategy after the summer to start autumn off right. The red operator has doubled the speed to new fiber customers for 9 months, in addition to offering all football for 6 euros per month. Ono will also do this type of strategy as we see.
At the moment we do not have details of how it will proceed or if it will be a temporary or permanent increase, but Ono's customers can already get ready to see fiber faster than ever. Customers who currently have the 120 megabyte offer will pay the same for 300 megabytes.
As we say, neither Ono nor Vodafone have yet spoken with news about this promotion that is about to fall. From September 15 all details are awaited. Ono customers will appreciate having almost triple the speed of their fiber connection.