Press releases in 2019
ANACOM makes proposal to Government for a reduction of spectrum fees to encourage the use of radio links
A 50% reduction in fees will allow operators an immediate saving of about 3.5 million euros per year and aims to encourage connections by radio links instead of cables using aerial routes.
The most recent changes to ANACOM's website are driven by a desire to provide a modern image with added functionality focused on improved communication.
ANACOM determines a deadline of 20 working days for CTT to present a proposal that complements its current objectives.
ANACOM orders CTT to make changes which enhance the robustness and reliability of quality of service measurement
CTT to implement measures to tackle multiple weaknesses in the current system of quality of service measurement by 01 July 2019.
The Chairman of ANACOM, João Cadete de Matos, takes over ERGP presidency from 1 January following unanimous election by the members of this Group.
CTT customers may request portability of their numbers to other mobile operators from today and up to three months following termination of service.
127 municipalities receive vouchers from the European Commission to expand Wi-Fi coverage in public places
At EU level, 21.5% of applicant local authorities obtained vouchers. Portugal achieved a better result: 50% of local authorities that applied received vouchers.
The universal service of public pay-telephones provided by MEO registers an average of one call per public pay-telephone per day, according to corrected data provided by MEO.