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Despite the repeated convictions and fines, ComReg said it was contacted some 50 times between February and September last by Yourtel customers. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

A landline operator has agreed to cease billing customers for a phone service that they never receive, the Commercial Court has heard. Communications(...)

Minister for Health  Simon Harris, Andrew Mc Dowell EIB vice-president, Werner Hoyer EIB president, Minister for Finance  Paschal Donohoe and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  at the signing of documents for the loan for the  children’s hospital in 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The senior Department of Public Expenditure official who was on the board planning the national children’s hospital was appointed in a personal capaci(...)

Eir said phishing and impersonation scams are global issues that have recently ‘become more common across Europe’. Photograph: iStock

A scam targeting landline phones claiming to be “Eircom” has hit households in recent days. A number of people have taken to social media complainin(...)

Comreg says Yourtel has refused to co-operate and thwarted efforts to investigate its activities.

A German landline operator is continuing to bill customers for a phone service they never receive despite having been repeatedly convicted of breaches(...)

Sky says Comreg’s determinations in relation to the commercial dealings between other providers and Eircom are contrary to law. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Sky Ireland has claimed the communications regulator’s decision to change the pricing structure used by Eircom (now operating as Eir) to provide compe(...)

Michael O’Sullivan (59) and Matt Murphy (83) outside their favourite cafe, Lilliput Stores in Stoneybatter.  Photograph: James Forde

Though not quite your average happily-married couple, Matt Murphy (83) and Michael O’Sullivan (59) are just as content after their one year of wedded (...)

Eir headquarters: new ownership regime under French investor Xavier Neil seeks to repair difficult past dealings with Comreg. Photograph: Alan Betson

Telecoms regulator Comreg has agreed a wide-ranging peace deal with Eir, the biggest operator in the market, to end a swathe of rancorous legal disput(...)

The Irish Times reported in July that Eir was in advanced negotiations to sublet a substantial part of Block 2 to AIB

AIB has confirmed plans to move into Eir’s headquarters in Heuston South Quarter early next year. The Irish Times reported in July that Eir was in ad(...)

Oireachtas Committee on Employment Affairs and Social Protection chairman John Curran, described the presentations from representatives of former ESB, RTÉ and Bórd na Móna staff as “eye-opening”.

Thousands of retired semi-State employees are “really struggling” with small pensions and an inability to have their voices heard, an Oireachtas commi(...)

Unit 3, which is let to Phonewatch on a 35-year lease, is for sale at €1.425 million

Two fully-let office buildings with warehouse space to the rear in Sandyford Business Park are new to the market this week through agent BNP Paribas R(...)

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