Press releases in 2019
ANACOM recommends that the ''707'', ''708'', ''760'', ''761'' and ''762'' numbering ranges should not be made available for contacts with consumers within the framework of consumer legal relationships.
ANACOM's goal in seeking a reduction in prices is to boost use of the offers by all retail operators, supporting increased competition and investment.
Draft regulation aims to facilitate access by the largest number of operators interested in the exercise of space activities in Portugal.
Operators are required to provide free of charge bills with the level of detail defined by ANACOM, on request
The date on which the binding contract period ends and any charges due by customers should they wish to terminate the contract before expiry of the binding period must be included in the itemised bill requested by customers.
ANACOM recommends the Government that the amount is preferably used in the development of communications to the benefit of end-users.
2/3 of Portuguese municipalities will receive vouchers from the European Commission to extend WIFI coverage in public locations
Of the 143 Portuguese municipalities that applied for WiFi4EU vouchers, 80 have already received them, raising to 207 the total number of municipalities that have already received funding.
The deadline for operators to generate and send the PVC to clients has expired. This code must be indicated when you switch operators and wish to retain your number.
CTT does not comply with two quality of service indicators in 2018 and ANACOM applies compensation mechanism
The transit time for priority mail on the Mainland and intra-community cross-border mail were the indicators not complied with in 2018.
ANACOM awards prizes to young people from Madeira who are winners in the ''My favourite stamp'' competition
José Rafael Nóbrega de Jesus (9 years of age) and Vitória Esmeralda Gaspar Pestana (12 years old) were the winners in their respective age categories.
CTT's proposal does not fully respond to the reference framework defined by ANACOM and has not been accepted. CTT is given 30 working days to reformulate its proposal.