Nearly nine out of ten households (89.3%) households in Portugal subscribed to pay-TV services at the end of the first half.
The number of Portuguese households taking a pay-TV service increased by 160,000 during the first quarter of 2020.
The number of pay-TV subscribers increased by 160,000 in the first quarter in Portugal.
Portugal has suspended its DTT migration process due to constraints brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Portugal’s communications regulator Anacom is to prohibit commercials practices that are designed to that induce consumers into believing that DTT will end and that they will have to subscribe to paid television services in order to continue receiving free-to-air channels.
Portugal’s communications regulator Anacom has launched a publicity drive ahead of a change in the DTT network.
Subscription TV is enjoyed by 86% of TV households in Portugal, according to the regulator Anacom.
Anacom has approved a draft decision that will move DTT from the 700MHz band to facilitate the launch of new 5G broadband and telephony services.
ANACOM has ordered transmission company MEO to reduce annual transmission costs in the DTT sector by 15.16%.
Portugal’s communication regulator has told MEO to reduce its wholesale DTT prices.