Altice Portugal will carry out a "mega-operation" to ensure that the spectators and logistics linked to the football matches between the Nations League teams are not left without a network signal. To this end, the telecommunications operator said in a statement that it intends to invest as a "historical sponsor" of the Portuguese Football Federation, so that the whole event can be successfully completed.
In this way, the company will use its connectivity technology so that the Estádio do Dragão, in Porto, and D. Afonso Henriques, in Guimarães, stages of the two semi-finals, third and fourth place and the final League of Nations, to keep all stakeholders online.
The company will use state-of-the-art Wi-Fi infrastructure, state-of-the-art fiber-optic infrastructure, and ensure on-site support and enhancement of mobile network coverage. This connectivity will enable access to UEFA channels and over one hundred television and radio stations. The company estimates that to ensure this operation will have passed more than 2,000 meters of copper cable and 10,000 meters of fiber. The work began more than a month ago, involving more than 30 professionals from the Operations Department of Altice Portugal, in the stadiums and surrounding areas.