Suspension follows from prior articulation between ANACOM and MEO, DTT network operator, and merited the necessary concordance of the Government.
In 2019, close to 67.3% of households subscribed to high-speed services at fixed locations.
Revenues of bundled services for electronic communications increased by 4.9%, where the 4/5P bundles account for 62.9%
The revenues of bundled services reached 1.66 billion euros in 2019, corresponding to 4.9% more than in the previous year.
ANACOM cancels the competition following the containment measures due to the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19.
The operators request the suspension of the consultation on the auction regulation due to the exception circumstances being experienced by the country.
Event postponed following the recommendations of the Directorate-General for Health within the scope of the worldwide coronavirus outbreak.
The growth in the subscription television service was due to deals using optical fibre, which accounted for an additional 285 thousand subscribers in 2019.
Optical fibre grows 17.4% and becomes the main form of access to fixed broadband Internet at the end of 2019
At the end of 2019, more than half of fixed broadband Internet accesses were made using optical fibre.
3rd phase of alteration of the DTT transmission network begins on 5 March and covers Lisbon, Santarém, Leiria, Coimbra, Castelo Branco and Viseu
The 3rd phase of alteration of the DTT transmission network ends on 21 April. A total of 79 transmitters will be altered.
The data on fixed telephone traffic show that an average of 67 minutes of access were consumed per month, 48 minutes of which were fixed-to-fixed calls.