By decision of 17 November, ANACOM approved the conclusions of the thorough investigation into the costs and revenues of the DTT service provided by MEO, finding that the prices which the company charged television operators were not excessive, taking into account 2013 costs.
By decision of 1 October, ANACOM approved the definition of terrestrial coverage obligations to be included in the right of use of frequencies (ICP-ANACOM no. 06/2008) allocated to MEO in the context of DTT.
By decision of 1 October, ANACOM approved the non-imposition on MEO of a measure seeking submission of a plan for the installation of the principal multi-frequency (MFA) transmitters on the DTT network.
By decision of 1 October 2015, ANACOM determined the non-confidentiality of the content of two letters sent to ANACOM by MEO (on 1 July and 11 November 2013), in relation to execution of ANACOM’s decision of 16 May 2013 on the evolution of the DTT network.
MEO makes information available on the DTT website about where DTT coverage has been changed to DTH coverage, including a file structured by district/municipality/parish/locality, which includes the history of coverage changes from DTT to DTH since 2012, and the date on which this information was changed.
By decision of 22 July, ANACOM has submitted a draft decision to consultation on the conclusions of the thorough investigation into the costs and revenues of the DTT service provided by MEO.
By decision of 16 July, ANACOM approved the final decision on the reimbursement of costs incurred by end-users with DTH coverage (satellite reception) who have requested or who may request a visit from an installer under MEO's communication plan, implemented following the installation of 4 new multi-frequency network (MFN) stations - applications for reimbursement close 31 October 2015.
By decision of 25 June, ANACOM submitted a draft decision to consultation on the definition of terrestrial coverage obligations and the amendment of Right of use of frequencies (DUF ANACOM no. 06/2008) allocated to MEO within the context of DTT.
New tool is made available to look up information on monitoring actions, based on the results obtained from the various DTT signal monitoring actions in which there was direct intervention by ANACOM technical teams. Information is available on the distribution and geographical focus of actions, the date they took place, the type of problems identified and the procedures undertaken to ensure resolution.
By decision of 13 March, approval is given to the renewal of the temporary DTT network license granted to MEO in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in ANACOM decision of 11 September 2014https://www.anacom.pt/render.jsp?contentId=1334269. Renewal is granted for a period of 180 days with effect from 15 March.
It was likewise determined that MEO reimburse the costs incurred by end-users with DTH coverage (satellite reception) who have requested or subsequently request a visit from an installer, following receipt of the letter sent pursuant to MEO's communication plan. This decision was submitted to the prior hearing of MEO for a period of 10 working days from the date of the decision's notification so that MEO might respond in writing.