This is about the Spanish company. For Telecable, the Canadian company that operated out of Saskatchewan from the 1970s to the 1990s, see its successor company, Shaw Communications.
Telecable, S.A.U.
Company typeSociedad anónima
HeadquartersScientific and Technology Park of Gijón, Asturias (headquarters)
Oviedo, Asturias (registered office)
ProductsBroadband Internet access, mobile phone, digital TV

Telecable is a cable company that operates in Asturias (northern Spain) offering triple play services (telephone, Internet and television) as well as mobile phone services as an MVNO since 2007.

The company started out as Telecable de Oviedo, Telecable de Gijón and Telecable de Avilés in 1995. In December 1998 it is given a license to work in all Asturias. From 2011, it started deploying a fiber network infrastructure in another Spanish region, Extremadura.[1] In 2015 the company was acquired by Zegona Communications plc for a sum of 640 million euros.[2] In July 2017, Euskaltel acquired Telecable.

See also


  1. ^ Salinas, José Luis (28 May 2010). "Telecable invierte 150 millones en llevar la fibra óptica a Extremadura". La Nueva España. Retrieved 12 April 2021.
  2. ^ Zegona buys Spain's Telecable for 640 mln euros