Press releases in 2023
Court upholds ANACOM's decision to fine MEO, NOS and Vodafone for failing to inform customers that they can terminate their contracts free of charge
The rulings of the Competition Court in favour of ANACOM were handed down between June (ruling regarding NOS), September (MEO) and October (Vodafone).
The new indicators shall be in force from 1 January 2025 until the end of the current concession contract, which expires in February 2029.
ANACOM's decision promotes the interests of citizens and ensures regulatory predictability for all stakeholders.
The Geospatial Platform allows users to access a set of georeferenced information on the electronic communications and postal services sector.
Complaints about electronic communications, which increased by 4% in the first half of the year, account for 70% of the total.
The company failed to comply with rules governing the construction, access and installation of electronic communications networks and infrastructure in five situations.
The project consists of the installation of a remote station on the island of Boa Vista, using software developed by ANACOM, which will allow the Cape Verdean Regulator to improve its spectrum monitoring system.
A number of fraudulent practices on the part of individuals using ANACOM?s name to seek commercial advantage have been reported in recent days.
Of the 37 reported incidents reported, the one with the greatest impact resulted from a cyberattack on the core network of one of the main telecommunications operators in Portugal.
ANACOM believes that Altice/MEO should be required to provide access to its fibre optic network in 612 civil parishes across the country
Draft decisions are subject to a prior hearing and public consultation for 30 working days.