Bundled offerings continue to increase in popularity in Portugal, with an additional 266,000 signing up for such services last year, with close to 40% now taking quad or quintuple-play services, according to regulator Anacom’s latest survey.
There were 3.51 million subscribers to bundled offers in Portugal as at the end of 2016, up 8.2%, according to Anacom.
Quintuple and triple-play uptake drove the increase, according to the regulator, with 177,000 new quintuple-play subscriber and 116,000 new triple-play customers.
Quintuple-play – fixed broadband service, fixed voice, pay TV, mobile telephone and mobile broadband – is now the most used combination, with 1.44 million subscribers or 41% of total subscribers, followed by triple-play – fixed telephone service, fixed broadband and pay TV – with 1.42 million subscribers or 40.4% of total subscribers, and double-play – fixed service and pay TV – with 273 thousand subscribers or 7.8% of total subscribers.
Anacom estimated that 86.1% of private households had a multiple-play bundle at the end of the year, up 6.5%.
Meo was the market leader, with a 39.7% share of customers, followed by Nos with 39.3%, Vodafone with 15.9% and Apax/Cabovisão with 5%, with Vodafone making the biggest gains year-on-year.
Revenues from bundled services totalled €1.68 billion in 2016, 11.5% more than in 2015. Revenues from quintuple-play bundles represented 55% of total revenues.
BFM Business: Orange and Vodafone considered merger digitaltveurope.com/2021/12/07/bfm… https://t.co/LCxMucmZdW
07 December 2021 @ 21:30:00 UTC