Carphone Warehouse: new data centre to power its own mobile service. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carphone Warehouse will invest €6 million in a new data centre to power its own mobile service. The mobile phone retail chain will begin o(...)

Vodafone: busy recruiting

It’s not quite as bold as moving from Liverpool to Manchester United, but it isn’t far off it. Gary Healy, the senior executive in charge of regulator(...)

Operating costs at Eircom totalled €814 million for the year, up €87 million on the previous 12 months.

Eircom, which yesterday reported a six per cent drop in yearly revenues to €1.28 billion, has denied recent speculation that it held discussions over (...)

Three has hired Nokia to upgrade its older 2G and 3G networks.

Three, which recently closed a deal for up to €850 million to buy O2 Ireland, has struck a deal with Nokia as part of what it says is a €300 million i(...)

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(...)

Mobile market: the European Commission approved the acquisition of Telefónica Ireland (O2 Ireland) by Hutchinson 3G (H3G). photograph: steve parsons/pa wire

The merger of the second- and fourth-largest mobile network operators in Ireland will now go ahead after the European Commission approved the acquisi(...)

Magnus Ternsjo, chief executive of UPC Ireland, and Robert Finnegan, chief executive of Three Ireland, pictured at the announcement of the agreement in Dublin.

Cable operator UPC is expected to enter the mobile market shortly after signing an agreement with Three Ireland that will allow it to offer services v(...)

Robert Finnegan:  has run Three Ireland for almost nine years. Photograph: David Sleator

I hope they have a Maserati-sized parking space down at O2’s Dublin headquarters on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. Robert Finnegan, the sports car driving (...)

Vodafone noted that Comreg, the communications regulator, disagreed with the commission’s decision

Vodafone, the largest mobile phone operator in the State, has joined regulator Comreg in criticising the European Commission’s clearance of a €850 mil(...)

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(...)