Carphone Warehouse  has finalised an agreement with Hutchison Whampoa to offer services using 3’s network. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carphone Warehouse (CPW) will become the next mobile operator in Ireland. The retailer has finalised an agreement with Hutchison Whampoa to off(...)

Three Ireland chief executive Robert Finnegan confirmed that the first MVNO, believed to be with cable operator UPC, would be signed “within weeks”, before the takeover is completed.

The mobile operator Three Ireland has rejected strong criticism by Comreg, the communications regulator, of the decision yesterday by the European Co(...)

Ruling likely to mark one of the final antitrust decisions by EU competition commissionerEuropean Union Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia. Photograph: Rueters

As the European Commission yesterday cleared the takeover of O2 Ireland by Hutchison Whampoa subject to a number of conditions, the way was paved fo(...)

Hutchison Whampoa has won European Union approval to buy O2 after it pledged to offer access to a smaller mobile operator. Photo: Bloomberg

Communications regulator Comreg has raised concerns about the proposed takeover of O2 Ireland by Three’s parent company Hutchison Whampoa.The Europea(...)

A decision on the proposed takeover by Hutchison Whampoa-owned 3 Ireland of its rival O2 Ireland is expected to be revealed today.  The de(...)

The Data Protection Commissioner’s office dealt with 1,507 valid data breach notifications, including the largest such breach it had ever dealt with – the breach by the Ennis-based company Loyaltybuild (above), which processed holiday loyalty schemes on behalf of companies all over Europe, including Supervalu and Axa in Ireland.

The disclosure by a GP of a woman’s medical records to an insurance company and the sending of an email containing a patient file by another GP to an (...)

Holybrook House: Combined annual rent roll is in excess of €900,000

An unidentified Irish fund has paid €13 million for a fully-occupied office building opposite the entrance to Holles Street hospital in Dublin 2.The s(...)

If Three’s gargantuan bid to buy O2 Ireland was a boomtime property development, then Eircom would be the proud holder of the proverbial “rans(...)

Hutchison, a conglomerate based in Hong Kong, yesterday disclosed figures that show Three Ireland made a pretax loss last year of €29 million

Hutchison Whampoa and its Irish mobile subsidiary Three told the European Commission it could not gain enough sc(...)

Adding O2 would make Hutchison Whampoa Ireland’s second biggest mobile operator behind Vodafone

Hutchison’s Three Ireland is prepared to sell radio spectrum and continue a network sharing deal with a rival in order to win EU approval of it(...)