This, according to the regulator ANACOM, was 4.7pp higher than in the same period last year.
Meanwhile, cable internet access accounted for 28.6% of the total, down 1.3pp on a year earlier, and ADSL 8.1%, down 25.5% as they were replaced buy new generation accesses.
Fixed accesses supported on mobile networks increased by 3.6% and accounted for 6.8% of total accesses.
The total number of fixed broadband accesses in Q1 was 4.8% higher than a year earlier.
In subscriber number terms, Meo accounted for the highest number of residential accesses (39%) in Q1, followed by Grupo NOS (37.0%), Vodafone (19.9%), and Nowo (3.8%).
The shares of Vodafone and Meo increased by 0.8 pp and 0.2 pp respectively, while the shares of Grupo NOS and Nowo decreased by 0.7pp. and 0.2pp respectively.