159,000 new pay-TV subscribers were added in Portugal in the 12 months to September 30, 2016.
Six out of every ten subscribers to fixed broadband in Portugal can receive speeds of over 30 Mbps.
The number of subscribers to pay-TV services in Portugal increased by 1.2% in the first quarter of 2014. As of the end of March regulator Anacom reported 3.21 million subscribers, 38,700 more than in the previous quarter, and 80,700 year on year.
Portugal’s communications regulator has announced the launch of its delayed consultation on the future of DTT development.
Portuguese media regulator Anacom is to investigate the amount charged by Portugal Telecom to distribute their channels over the country’s terrestrial network. However, it says no immediate action is required.
Portuguese regulator ANACOM has defended itself against charges that it mismanaged the transition to digital television, saying it did everything possible.
Anacom has called on PT Comunicações to clarify information on its DTT information website.
There were 2.9 million subscribers to pay TV services in Portugal as at the end of 4th Quarter 2011, according to telecom regulator Anacom.
Portuguese TV regulator Anacom has given its approval to the country’s analogue switch-off plan. A number of minor adjustments have been made to the three-phase plan that will commence on January 12, 2012, when transmitters and relays for transmitters on the coast of the Portuguese mainland will be turned off.
Portugal added another 72,000 subscription TV households in the third quarter of 2009, bringing the total to 2.4 million, according to the regulator Anacom.