UPC Ireland’s acquisition of wifi group Bitbuzz contributed to an 8 per cent jump in revenues during the first quarter of 2015, the company said today(...)

Digital cable TV customers totalled 333,200 at the end of the fourth quarter, down from 338,300 a year earlier.

UPC Ireland added a further 51,500 subscribers last year, bringing its total subscription base up to 1,111,200. The Liberty Global-owned company said (...)

Bitbuzz managing director Shane Deasy

Broadband provider UPC Ireland is to acquire Irish-owned wifi company Bitbuzz for an undisclosed sum thought to be in the region of €5-€6 million.Bitb(...)

The Property Services Regulatory Authority has received hundreds of complaints from house hunters about unlicensed staff, gazumping and fake bids. Photograph: Frank Miller

The State’s new property regulator is to begin a major crackdown on rogue estate agents and auctioneers, according to the Sunday Business Post. The Pr(...)

The Thai government has introduced insurance for visitors whose policies have a null-and-void provision due to the coup in May

INSURANCE FOR THAILAND The Thai government has introduced online travel insurance for visitors whose policies have a null-and-void provision d(...)

Sunborn London on the Thames recently: the super luxury floating hotel has become a novel new client of Bitbuzz. photograph: digby oldridge/spider pr/pa wire

The wifi operator Bitbuzz, which provides internet services mainly to cafes and hotels, has scored itself a rather novel new client. It h(...)

Shane Deasy, who owns 48.13 per cent of Bitbuzz, said the company had received “four to five offers from different companies”

Irish wifi provider Bitbuzz increased its revenues in 2013 by 13 per cent to about €2.2 million, figures provided to The Irish Times show. Bitbuzz’s f(...)

Bittbuzz managing director Shane Deasy: “Our strategy this year is to target the five-star hotel market in the UK”

Irish wireless Internet provider Bitbuzz increased its revenues by 28 per to ¤1.94 million in 2012, according to figures supplied to The Irish Time(...)