This, according to the latest data published by the regulator ANACOM, was 4.1%, or 170,000, more than in the same period last year. The growth was mainly due to quadruple and quintuple play (4P and 5P), with over 114,000 new subscribers, and to a lesser extent triple play (3P), with over 71,000 new subscribers.
4/5P were the most used, with 2.2 million subscribers, or 50.6% of the total receiving bundled services. They were followed by 3P, with 1.7 million subscribers (39.6%).
Between January-March, revenues from bundled services amounted to around €443 million, or 3.7% more than a year earlier. Revenues from 4/5P represented 63% of the total.
In Q1, Meo had the highest share of customers receiving bundled services (40.7%), followed by Grupo Nos (36.3%), and Vodafone (19.5%) and the Nowo/Onitelecom Group (3.5%).
In terms of revenue share, Meo had41.1% of the total, followed by Grupo Nos with 40.1%; Vodafone with 16.7%; and the Nowo/Onitelecom Group with 2.1%.