BT Ireland

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BT Ireland paid a €85 million dividend to its parent in 2020.

BT Ireland has reported a fall in sales and profits for the year to end-March 2020, due primarily to the transfer of customer accounts to another grou(...)

The Irish Times reported that BT Irelandhad been acquired by London-based investment company Mayfair Equity Partners in a deal that valued it at €300 million

Turnover slipped at BT Ireland last year on the back of a decline in wholesale voice revenues due to mobile termination rate reductions and the transf(...)

According to IT leaders, shareholders will soon come to expect detailed information on how data is captured, managed, used, and most importantly, protected

A data breach is more damaging to an organisation than the departure of its chief executive, a profit warning or a product recall, according to a new (...)

BT has announced an expansion of its Irish business sales division with Erin Kennedy, Michael Galvin, Karen Harman, Brian Barry, Ann Marie Leech and Martin Flynn all joining BT Ireland.

BT Ireland said underlying revenues rose 4 per cent year-on-year during the third quarter as its parent posted its best growth for more than seven yea(...)

Staff operating the 999 emergency call service have been told they must report to management before and after taking toilet breaks, a trade union has claimed. File photograph: Getty Images

Staff operating the 999 emergency call service have been told they must take no longer than seven minutes for toilet breaks, their trade union has cla(...)

 Ian O’Sullivan and Eimear Murphy from Colaiste Treasa, Cork, the overall winners of the 51st BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition with  Colm O’Neill of  BT Ireland and Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Sound-absorbing paint, 3D-printed prosthetics, outdoor retro-reflective Christmas decorations, a fall detector for the elderly and a tremor-controllin(...)

 BT said it signed up a record 106,000 TV customers in its second quarter of the year, boosted by the start of the telecoms operator’s Champions League football coverage

BT Ireland said revenues jumped 14 per cent in the second quarter of its financial year on the back of a number of new deals. The group, which did not(...)

BT made an arrangemetn with Setanta to broadcast the company’s high-profile BT Sport channel in the Republic. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Revenues rose slightly at BT Ireland last year, but a batch of once-off costs related to restructuring and the provision of new services led to pro(...)