Portuguese ISPs ignore telecom regulator’s recommendations
In 2018, the Portuguese telecom regulator ANACOM told the three major Portuguese mobile Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to change offers that were in breach of EU net neutrality rules. Among other things, the regulator recommended that ISPs publish their terms and conditions, and increase the data volume of their mobile data packs in order to […]
Civil society urges Portuguese telecom regulator to uphold net neutrality
On 23 April 2018, 13 civil society organisations submitted a complaint to the Portuguese regulator on one of the most extreme net neutrality violations in Europe, urging them to use their authority to prohibit so-called zero-rating offers.
Portuguese ISPs given 40 days to comply with EU net neutrality rules
On 28 February 2018, Portuguese Telecom Regulator ANACOM issued a decision notice, which gives 40 working days for the three major Portuguese mobile Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to change their offers that are in breach of EU net neutrality and roaming rules.