Networks EE, owned by Orange and Deutsche Telekom , Telefonica’s O2, Vodafone and Hutchison’s Three will extend guaranteed voice and text coverage to 90 percent of the country by 2017

Britain’s mobile phone network operators have agreed to spend £5 billion improving basic service coverage in rural areas where consumers cannot get a(...)

Vodafone is looking at options for the future of its British mobile business. Photograph: PA/PA Wire

Vodafone is looking at options for the future of its British mobile business, including the combination of a rival group, in reaction to the takeover (...)

Ronan Dunne: chief exceutive of Telefónica UK

Summits, summits everywhere.The One Young World summit, a global get-together of young high achievers, takes place this week at Convention Centre Dubl(...)

Vodafone argues competitive disadvantage. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Vodafone Ireland has brought a legal action against communications regulator ComReg arising from concerns about the effect on its competitive inter(...)

Ed Sheeran: four nights in a row at Dublin's O2 in October

One season ends and another begins. As the outdoor shows run out of road, it’s time to return to the indoor halls, clubs and arenas. Many would arg(...)

Three Ireland completed its €780 million takeover of O2 Ireland from Telefónica last month, in a move that makes it the second-biggest telecoms provider in the State. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Three Ireland has said it is working to ensure suppliers of O2 Ireland are paid monies owed to them, after a system glitch left some out of pocket in(...)

Eircom is expected to take a dual listing in Dublin and London, with the bulk of the proceeds of the flotation used to reduce its €2.3 billion debt pile. Photograph: Frank Miller

Eircom is finalising plans to raise €1 billion in a September stock market listing that will value the operator at more than €3 billion. The telco,(...)

“The feedback I get from people on the ground is that [open plan is] a much more collaborative environment to work in. I enjoy it. I think I’d be quite lonely in an office now.” Anne O’Leary at the Vodafone offices in Mountain View, Leopardstown. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Anne O’Leary is not one to back down from a challenge. The chief executive of Vodafone Ireland is also a regular on the triathlon scene, with her late(...)

Eircom revealed yesterday that it has scriptions since it launched its quad-play rocket six months ago

What the lords of the European Commission giveth Eircom with one hand, they taketh away with the other. The telco should be scratching its head after (...)

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(...)