Two of the three networks were  convicted of overcharging customers.

Anyone who has ever felt ripped off by their mobile company may have allowed themselves a small moment of satisfaction on hearing the news that the co(...)

Comreg compliance analyst Miriam Kilraine leaving the Four Courts after the cases against Eircom, Vodafone and Three Ireland. Photograph: Courts Collins.

Eircom and Vodafone have been convicted and fined for ripping off customers who continuously received overcharged bills. Following an investigation (...)

‘I don’t think I have ever been on the receiving end of such bad customer care’

In June a reader called Tina flew Aer Lingus to Dulles airport in Washington DC, but her bag never arrived. “I was in five places on the east c(...)

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As the last decade came to a close, an unfortunate German woman went on her summer holidays to France. All was well until she decided to download a(...)

Volkswagen slid 2.7 per cent, pacing losses among carmakers, after ‘Manager Magazin’ said a drop in its Chinese deliveries could hurt earnings by more than €1 billion. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

European stocks fell with miners and auto-related shares leading the plunge, extending their first weekly drop in three, as data around the world s(...)

Vodafone Ireland saw growth in the consumer contract and enterprise mobile businesses and in fixed line subscriptions but said this was offset by a decline in prepaid mobile

Service revenue declined by 0.1 per cent at Vodafone Ireland during the first quarter, the group said on Friday. Vodafone Ireland saw growth in the co(...)

Vodafone Smart Ultra 6: punches above its weight

With smartphones, it used to be that you got what you paid for. If you wanted a high-powered phone that would do everything bar make you a cup of tea (...)

Vodafone and Aer Lingus have been instructed to remove adverts by the ASAI.

Confusion over airplane seats, misleading broadband speeds and a guarantee to lose a stone in 12 days saw Aer Lingus, Vodafone and Educogym respective(...)

Vodafone’s Anne O’Leary (centre) talks with Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Communications Alex White at Vodafone Ireland’s new European sales centre in Carrickmines. Also pictured is Martin Shanahan of the IDA (far right) and Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton. Photograph: Alan Betson

Two hundred permanent jobs will be created with Vodafone Ireland as part of a €60 million investment in a new European sales centre in Dublin. Taoise(...)

Frascati shopping centre in Blackrock, Co Dublin: Invesco will pay about €68 million for the centre. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ownership of yet another Dublin shopping centre is about to change hands. Invesco, the American investment management company, has agreed to pay in (...)