‘I had been paying for more than six months for a service that did not work properly,’ says our reader of UPC Horizon

Horizons not broadened by this UPC ‘upgrade’ About six months ago, Michael O’Doherty from Dublin upgraded to a UPC Horizon bundle, having alre(...)

UPC said that internet services in the affected areas are currently being restored.

UPC Ireland said today it has suffered a network fault that has affected internet services for a small number of its Dublin customers. In a statement (...)

The future of the telecommunications market is quad-play, and who knows, it is probably quint-play.Consumers will “increasingly purchase bundles of pr(...)

Fee plans to be considered by new Minister for Communications Alex White over the summer months. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Government’s proposed household broadcasting charge, a replacement for the television licence fee, is unlikely to be introduced next January as (...)

RTE is seeking a High Court injunction that would affect UPC’s launch of the “television anywhere” service in Ireland. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

RTÉ and UPC Ireland are locked in high-level talks to resolve a legal row over plans by the cable operator for a new on-the-go smartphone and table(...)

Three Ireland has become the second biggest telecoms provider in the State after completing the buyout of O2

Hutchison’s Three Ireland has completed the €850 million buyout of 02 Ireland from Telefonica in a move that makes it the second biggest telecoms prov(...)

Former minister for communications Pat Rabbitte this week said he would bring in legislation to let An Post gain access to the subscriber data of companies such as Sky and UPC to tackle the “scourge” of television licence evasion.

Former minister for communications Pat Rabbitte this week said he would bring in legislation to let An Post gain access to the subscriber data of comp(...)

The Oireachtas will have to decide whether the public interest is sufficient to justify legislation interfering in the customer relationship between individuals and companies such as UPC and Sky, for the purpose of collecting the TV licence, the Data Protection Commissioner Billy Hawkes has said. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times.

The Oireachtas will have to decide whether the public interest is sufficient to justify legislation interfering in the customer relationship between i(...)

Legislation will allow tv licence collector An Post access subscription information to cable and satellite providers including Sky and UPC in order to clamp down on evasion. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

An Post is to be given access to cable and satellite TV subscription data as part of a crackdown on tv licence fee evasion.The information will be use(...)

An Oireachtas television channel is to air in September which will coincide with the Dáil’s return from its summer recess. Housesholds with UPC, Sky o(...)