An Post office in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Stolen cash, missing mail, and parcels sent to the wrong hemisphere are just some of the issues which vex An Post customers. In the last year and a (...)

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 (...)

The Eircom company logo  on a pay phone. Figures from Eircom show that between June 2014 and May 2015 there were, on average, 11.6 calls made per month from each pay phone nationally and 14.4 per month in Dublin.  File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

The average Irish pay phone is now used less than once every two days. Figures from Eircom show that between June 2014 and May 2015 there were, on av(...)

Vodafone argues competitive disadvantage. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Vodafone Ireland has brought a legal action against communications regulator ComReg arising from concerns about the effect on its competitive inter(...)

Smartphone penetration reached a record 59 per cent of the Irish mobile subscriber market in the second quarter of this year, according to telecoms r(...)

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(...)

With the rise in smartphones comes an increase in data volumes, which rose by 48.1 per cent in the year to the end of March to reach 13,897 terabytes

Smartphones are more popular than ever before, according to new figures published by the Communications regulator Comreg. Its latest quarterly report (...)

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 (...)

President of the Communications Workers’ Union (CWU), Cormac O’Dalaigh, has told the union’s biennial Conference in Killarney that communications workers will not accept calls for tax cuts as a substitute for pay rises. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

The Communications Workers’ Union (CWU) has called for “a root and branch examination” of the communications regulator Comreg and its impact on teleco(...)

Liberty Global Europe Holding and UPC Communications Ireland brought the action over an Eircom campaign that referred to the costs of UPC and Sky services.

A row over alleged infringement of the trade marks of television, broadband and phone service provider UPC in an allegedly misleading comparati(...)