The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has announced a deadline for the purchase of subsidised TV reception equipment.
Portugal ended the first half of this year with 4.5 million subscribers to pay-TV services.
Bundled services are becoming increasingly popular in Portugal, with growth being driven by 4P and 5P packages.
The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has fined Meo €117,500 for non-compliance with rules applicable to the construction, access and installation of networks and electronic communications.
The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has approved the prices charged by Meo for the provision of DTT services on the country’s MUX A.
Portugal’s pay-TV sector is nearing saturation, with 97% of households receiving services as of the end of the first quarter.
FTTH now accounts for almost two-thirds of fixed broadband accesses in Portugal.
The number of service package subscribers in Portugal at the end of Q1 stood at 4.6 million.
Usage of streaming video services in Portugal increased by 9 percentage points between 2020-22.
The Portuguese regulator ANACOM has imposed a fine of €2.46 million on the operator Meo.