Másmóvil enters the 'football war'

Summer signing in the 'football war'. The operator Másmóvil, immersed in a process to create a 'joint venture' in Spain that will unite its business with that of Orange, closed an agreement with Dazn on Wednesday to offer customers of its brands (Yoigo, Virgin Telco, Euskaltel, R and Telecable) access to the League (the five exclusive La Liga Santander matches per day assigned to this platform) as well as summaries of all the matches of both La Liga Santander and La Liga SamartBank (Second Division). Specifically, Másmóvil customers will have the possibility of contracting and managing the Dazn subscription, through a single invoice at a special price. To all of the above is added a wide list of international competitions such as the Premier League, the UEFA Women`s Champions League, the Copa Libertadores, the Copa Sudamericana, the FA Cup or the MLS. In addition to other sports such as the MotoGP and Formula 1 world championships. In addition to the Euroleague basketball, among others. For Dazn it represents another step in its growth in the Spanish market. Its general manager in Spain, Bosco Aranguren, has pointed out that its ambition is "to be the meeting point for all sports lovers". While, from the operator directed by Meinrad Spenger, they have explained that this represents an improvement in the sports content that they had been offering. Related News FOOTBALL standard No Where to watch football on television this season: channels, prices and platforms LMM Find out how you can watch all the football on television and online this season, what the prices are, what the packages offered by the platforms include and where broadcasts LaLiga, LaLiga Smartbank, the Champions League, the Europa League, the Premier League and the main competitions. In this way, Másmóvil joins Movistar (Telefónica) and Orange when it comes to offering football to its customers. The three telecos (Vodafone decided to dispense with football and reorient its strategy) are sharpening their weapons for the new football season. Adjudication of rights and price war From the personal recommender of telephone, internet and television rates 'Ysi' they have recalled that the audiovisual rights of the Santander League (the first division) were awarded to Movistar (Telefónica) and Dazn initially for the seasons 2022-2023 until 2026-2027. However, Telefónica acquired the Dazn package for 1,400 million euros (280 per season), thus leaving the situation: Movistar will broadcast all La Liga matches while Dazn will only broadcast five per day. That is, a total of 175 games. For its part, Orange announced in the presentation of results that took place on July 28 that it had acquired the rights from DAzn to broadcast the five assigned games incorporating this platform into the Orange TV grid. In addition to buying the rights to the other five games of each day, it can broadcast another 10 games in total, in addition to the entire Smartbank League (the second division), as well as the Champions League, the Europa League and the Conference League. Regarding the prices in 'Ysi', they talk about a range that, in the case of Movistar, moves between the LaLiga package at 22.50 euros per month for 4 months and then 30 euros per month until the complete package with all the football for 32.25 euros per month during the first four months to later go to 43 euros per month. For its part, they have pointed out from the comparator, Orange links football with its converging packages of fiber + mobile `+ TV. The cheapest potion, they have pointed out, includes a mobile line with unlimited data, 500 Mb fiber and total Orange TV, with football, movies and series for 95 euros per month, although the first four months there is a 25% discount (71, 25 euros). Dazn offers three options that range between 'Dazn Total' with the five matches per day and complete summaries of all the matches for 19.99 euros per year with installment payment, Dazn La Liga, which only gives access to the contents of this competition along with productions own and 'Dazn Esencial' that excludes La Liga (12.99 euros/month).

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