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Vodafone España
Predecessor Airtel
Founded October 3, 1995
Headquarters Alcobendas, Spain
Industry Mobile telecommunications
Parent Vodafone
Website http://www.vodafone.es/

Vodafone Spain, (formerly Airtel Móviles) part of the Vodafone Group is a mobile operator in Spain. The network went live as Airtel in 1995, and was eventually acquired fully by Vodafone in 2000. Its headquarters are in Alcobendas, a city near Madrid.

Vodafone is the second biggest cellphone carrier in Spain (by customer number) with 14 million.

Vodafone (Vodafone ES) offers GSM900/1800 MHz (2G), UMTS (3G) and HSDPA (3.5G) services in Spain, with a good coverage.

On December 2009, Vodafone Spain created a fake entry on Wikipedia to promote a mobile phone plan called "Feliz Borabó"[1]

Its motto is "Es tu momento. Es Vodafone." (It's your moment. It's Vodafone.)

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