Our reader wrote to UPC in January, cancelling the service. ‘I also cancelled the direct debit. I have since been billed for two months’ service,’ he says

Sam Glendenning had ongoing problems with his UPC television service, which the company’s technicians tried and failed to rectify on a number of oc(...)

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(...)

Niall Gaffney, Phillipa Dunne, Amy Stephenson, Rory Connelly and Shane Langan in ‘The Walshes’. Photograph: Allan Staley

It’s only the recent past, but television in Ireland was a different proposition in 2007. Netflix was something to which people in metropolitan Americ(...)

Sean O’Rourke. Photograph: Frank Miller

Tensions between the Government and RTÉ could delay a plan to facilitate the collection of €25 million a year lost through television licence fee eva(...)

Former IBRC chairman Alan Dukes has contradicted the Government’s account to the Dáil of how it dealt with the issue. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

What is Siteserv? Siteserv is a group of companies owned by businessman Denis O’Brien. They provide services for builders, broadband providers such as(...)

Minister for Communications Alex White: Signalled intention to introduce previously mooted law allowing An Post to access customer data held by commercial television operators such as Sky and UPC

The Government will not replace the television licence fee with a household-based broadcasting charge until it has “built public understanding and sup(...)

A new fibre broadband service unveiled in Cavan town will allow download speeds comparable to cities such as Tokyo and Hong Kong

A new fibre broadband service unveiled in Cavan town will allow download speeds comparable to cities such as Tokyo and Hong Kong. ESB and Vodafone sai(...)

Red Rock: the Garda soap goes out at 9.30pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays on TV3+1, which has been added to the Sky platform

TV3’s “plus one” channel, TV3+1, has been added to the Sky television platform, the largest in Ireland, on channel 117. This means a one-hour delayed (...)

UPC and Eircom currently broadcast the channel and Saorview told the Oireachtas it would like to add it to its free-to-air platform.

Saorview, the State-funded digital television service, has told the Oireachtas it will cost more than €500,000 to broadcast Dáil and Seanad debates o(...)

The High Court has ordered the country’s second largest internet service provider to take measures to stop illegal downloading of music.Mr Justice Bri(...)