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Ever since the integration of ONO's fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) operation, Spain's Vodafone TV has experienced growth through convergence.

According to the telco's yearly report, 2015 closed with 1.91 million fibre subscriptions, 1.14 million convergent packages and over a million pay-TV subscriptions.

Although income is 3.1% lower than in December 2014, Vodafone has managed to recover a declining business thanks, mostly, to an improved TV service. After adding nearly 100,000 subs during the last quarter of 2015, Vodafone TV exceeded the one million barrier.

During Q4, the company invoiced €1.26 billion and reached €1.12 billion in income for telecoms services.

At the end of the year, Vodafone also claims to have covered 89.7% of Spain's population with LTE, up 5.7% compared to Q2 2015.

In addition, it has implemented 4G+ (LTE-A) networks in 280 cities, enabling downloading speeds of up to 260Mbps.