Universal service traffic reports a decrease of 2.9% from the previous quarter and 5% year-on-year.
There were 5.5 million users who actually accessed the Internet using mobile broadband.
In 3rd quarter, each user consumed an average of 86 minutes in fixed-fixed calls and nine minutes in fixed-mobile calls per month.
The mobile service penetration rate is reported at 161.4 per 100 inhabitants.
As at the end of September, there were 3.47 million customers of the pay-TV service, 5.4% more than in the same period of 2014.
Delivery of ANACOM-URSI Portugal Prize, Best Student Paper Award and Best Student Poster Award.
The most popular bundles among Portuguese households in Q3 remained triple-play, with 41.8%.
Printed directories must be requested by 6 December.
MEO will have to provide information on the DTT website about where the type of coverage provided has been changed from DTT to DTH.
The number of visitors to COM.escolha increased by 46.5% between January and September.
ANACOM received 27,397 complaints about electronic communications services in the first six months of 2015, fewer than in previous two half-year periods.
Triple-play (3P) is the most used combination, used by 42.5% of households.
8th ANACOM conference taking place on 22 September at Centro Cultural de Belém. Debate will centre on regulation in the new digital ecosystem.
The largest contribution to growth in the number of fixed broadband accesses is from optical fibre - increasing 35.3% year-on-year.
In 2nd quarter 2015, the volume of voice minutes on the fixed telephone service fell by 4.7% over the previous quarter and by 14.4% versus a year earlier.
As at the end of June there were 13,245 access points to the postal network in Portugal, an increase of 2.8%.
ANACOM answers queries received, especially on the frequency bands authorised in Portugal for this type of equipment.
Price to be applied by mobile operators is reduced to 0.83 eurocents per minute.
A letter written by Maria Coutinho, aged 13, from Porto, has been given international distinction by the Universal Postal Union with a special mention.
ANACOM closes comprehensive investigation into DTT costs and submits draft decision on analysis of market 18 to public consultation.
MEO's revenues with Ethernet leased lines between the Mainland and the ARs and between the various islands of each Region will decrease by 50%.
The use of prepaid tariff plans is falling. At the end of March, only 54.3% of mobile cards were associated with pre-paid plans.
In the 1st quarter of 2015 there were 50 thousand new broadband Internet accesses in Portugal supported over optical fibre, the largest increase on record.
As at the end of March, accesses supported over optical fibre networks, cable and GSM/UMTS LTE made up 48.3% of main telephone accesses.
In late March, 84.5% of subscribers to the subscription television service received the service as part of a bundle.
As at the end of March, 74 out of 100 private households had a multiple-play bundle, an increase of 7 percentage points versus the same period of 2014.
In 2014, the mobile telephone service and bundles of services have seen an increase in complaint rates versus 2013.
The public can look up the geographical distribution of the different actions, the date they took place, the problems identified and the procedures put in place to resolve them.
The opinion of the various stakeholders will be considered by ANACOM in a decision on making spectrum available.
Among respondents, 89.7% of SMEs were subscribers to bundled offers of electronic communications services.
According to the latest survey, conducted in November and December 2014, ''sending / receiving registered mail'' was the most used postal service.
In 4th quarter 2014, total traffic from postal services totalled around 219 million items.
The penetration rate of the fixed telephone service in Portugal was reported at 43.9 accesses per 100 inhabitants in December, the highest level seen since 2006.
The increase in mobile phone Internet access and smartphone uptake has driven the use of mobile broadband services.
At the end of 2014, three out of every five private households had a triple/quadruple/quintuple-play bundle of services.
Growth driven by offers based on optical fibre, whose subscribers increased 32.6 percent at the end of the year.
The largest contribution to fixed broadband growth has come from optical fibre, which increased 36 percent in 2014.
In 2014, ANACOM carried out around 5,500 enforcement actions to verify the conduct of market agents and the conditions of radio spectrum use.
New features added to the tariff comparison tool will help consumers make choices that best fit their needs.
In 2014, ANACOM ruled on 360 breach proceedings, 24% more than during the previous year, and applied a total of 7.9 million euros in fines.
There were 1,604 unique visitors to eQNAF, with each user viewing an average of 7.29 pages per work session.
Fátima Barros, Chairman of ANACOM, has taken over as the new Chair of BEREC, will coordinate the work of European regulators and interactions with the European Commission during 2015.
Total postal traffic comprised 208 million items - a decline of 3.7% versus the previous quarter and a decline of 4.2% year-on-year.