Mobile Phone Service
Connect Fibra offers a comprehensive mobile SIM service. Easily and effortlessly transfer and keep your old mobile number or have a new number. Research shows that not only is price important but ease of use and the ability to port your existing number.
No Contract Mobile Services
Simply complete our online form to switch mobile service provider, elect to keep your old mobile number or request a new one. You pay monthly in advance so have your bank or credit card details handy but you can cancel at any time - just give us notice or if you transfer to another provider - you don't have to tell us.
Mobile Services On The Orange Network
Our mobile services are deluvered through the Orange Network here in Spain. You may not be aware that Orange has the greatest mobile coverage and stability than the majority of other main mobile service networks
Mobile Phone Rates
Our mobile phone tariffs keep getting better and better. We have reduced prices several times in the last few months, increased allowances and we are certain we will continue this trend to get the best deal for mobile phone services. One other great thing about our mobile phone packages is that you can also include them in any other package for superfast internet, TV, or landlines.
Porting Your Mobile Number
One thing that prevents people from switching cell or mobile phone carriers is the belief that they will lose their existing phone number in the process.
However, it’s relatively simple to switch to a new carrier - for whatever reason - and keep your mobile number.
The Rules of Porting
- A carrier cannot stop you taking your number with you, but a new carrier is under no obligation to accept it. Obviously, most carriers are more than happy to accept a new customer, so this will not be a problem. However, there are cases where some smaller prepaid carriers will not accept ported numbers.
- Only the primary account holder can fill out a port request. If you are an authorized user on a family/share plan, you must establish a separate service with your current carrier before you can initiate a port request. If you have a company phone, you may not be able to port your number if the service is in your company’s name.
- Even if you are in debt to your current provider, you can still port your number elsewhere. You will, however, be liable for any debts, and may have to pay an early termination fee if you are under contract (although some carriers will pro-rata this, so it may still be financially viable if you are some way into your contract).