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Fixed broadband speeds increased over the year with 86.5 per cent of all subscriptions equal to or greater than 10Mbps

Half of all mobile subscribers in the Republic are now using 4G, according to new figures from ComReg, which also show a sharp rise in the volume of d(...)

Three chief technology officer David Hennessy: “By securing uniform frequency nationally, we can ensure that those living outside the main city areas can enjoy the same service as urban dwellers.”
Making 5G a reality

It is just 10 years since the birth of the smartphone. The iPhone was launched on an unsuspecting world on June 29th, 2007, and the pace of change in (...)

Eir is permitted to remove a payphone unit if the average usage over a period of six months falls below less that one minute a day.

The majority of Ireland’s remaining public payphones are not protected under Eir’s universal service obligations and could disappear under the current(...)

ComReg said consumers did not receive notification that they had subscribed to the ’Prize Club’ service or details of the cost.

Subscribers to a premium rate mobile quiz service which charged consumers up to €12.50 per week have been refunded €390,000.The Communications Regulat(...)

ComReg’s study shows that 9 per cent of all mobile subscribers have now actively used 4G mobile networks

The number of text messages sent by mobile phone users in Ireland continues to decline as consumers ditch SMS messaging for mobile-based apps, accordi(...)

Telecoms firm Eircom is facing a battle with the communications regulator over the decision to move some mobile customers to online billing

Telecoms firm Eircom is facing a battle with the communications regulator over the decision to move some mobile customers to online billing. ComReg sa(...)

Verbal conversations: who needs them? Ireland is hanging up the telephone. We just can’t bear to hear each other’s grating voices anymore.We would muc(...)