Vodafone sought a fee for the three months a customer had been disconnected

Reader Noel Browne contacted us about Vodafone, a company both he and his wife decided to leave last year because the couple, a single-income famil(...)

The Iveagh Building, near The Park in Carrickmines, Dublin.

The new commercial property season gets under way today with the planned sale of a successful retail and office block at The Park in Carrickmines, Dub(...)

Vodafone’s new services will include co-location, managed hosting, private cloud and infrastructure as a service. Photograph: The Irish Times

Vodafone Ireland is investing €7 million as it seeks to bring new data-centre services to customers. The move is part of Vodafone’s plan to beef up it(...)

Carphone Warehouse outlet in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

New network iD is set to shake up the Irish mobile market, with individually tailored plans it hopes will be popular with consumers. The mobile pho(...)

Apple, for whom China is a key growth market, fell 3.4 per cent on Wall Street early in the day. Photograph: Paul Miller/EPA

The Iseq in Dublin closed down 2.7 per cent on a chastening day for European stock markets. Bourses around the continent extended the week’s sell-off (...)

Deal brings to an end more than two years of talks and reducing another European market to three operators.

VimpelCom and Hutchison Whampoa are to merge their Italian mobile phone units, bringing to an end more than two years of talks and reducing another Eu(...)

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has taken action against Vodafone Ireland

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has taken action against Vodafone Ireland after it found that the telecoms firm was not complying w(...)

Zamano said it is still considering acquisitions despite an approach to takeover the company

Zamano, the Dublin-listed mobile services provider which earlier this week confirmed it had received an offer for the company, has said it is continui(...)

Vodafone has been hauled over the coals by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission after it broke the law when selling services online. Photograph: Bloomberg

Vodafone has been ordered to tell Irish customers how they can cancel their contracts. A state watchdog said the telecoms company was not complying wi(...)

Business revenues at UPC Ireland were up 23 per cent in the second quarter partly as a result of its ecent acquisition of BitBuzz and also indicative of continuing economic recovery and the appetite which exists for highly competitive services the company said.

UPC Ireland, owned by billionaire John Malone’s Liberty Global, said on Wednesday that it grew its Irish subscriber base in the second quarter of the(...)