The number of residential customers of high-speed fixed broadband connections in Portugal reached 3.4 million at the end of the first quarter.
The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has imposed a fine on the operator Meo for adopting unfair commercial practices and violating its decision on the procedures required for the termination of contracts.
Telecom operators in Portugal paid a record amount in regulatory fees in 2021.
Portugal ended 2021with 4.4 million subscribers to multiplay services.
Growth in Portugal’s pay-TV market last year was the lowest since 2017.
Portugal ended 2021 with 4.3 million broadband accesses, or 153,000 (+3.7%) more than a year earlier.
The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has fined the operator Meo a total of €329,000 for adopting unfair commercial practices in 2017.
The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has fined Meo, Nos and Vodafone a total of €1.5 million for non-compliance with the Electronic Communications Law applicable to the suspension and termination of services due to non-payment of invoices.
The number of pay-TV subscribers in Portugal stood at 4.3 million as of the end of the third quarter.
Portugal ended the third quarter with 4.3 million fixed broadband accesses.