Created in October of 1997, the Portuguese Communications Foundation comprises the following founding members: ICP – National Communications Authority (ANACOM), CTT – Portuguese Postal Service and Altice Portugal (former PT – Portugal Telecom).
The ICP – National Communications Authority (ANACOM) is the regulatory authority for postal and electronic communications and its purpose is to regulate, supervise and represent the communications sector.
CTT – Portuguese Postal Services
CTT Correios de Portugal is the largest postal operator in Portugal, responsible for establishing, managing and operating the public postal service and for providing financial services.
Altice Portugal is market leader in the Portuguese communications sector and also a subsidiary of Altice Group, a multinational cable and telecommunications company operating in France, Israel, Belgium & Luxembourg, Portugal, French West Indies/Indian Ocean Area and Dominican Republic, Switzerland, and the United States. Its main operations refer to fixed line and mobile telephony, multimedia services, data and business solutions. The company MEO is part of Altice Portugal.