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As part of the new system, operators will have to respond to any porting requests within four hours

A new system streamlining how businesses transfer their phone numbers when switching from one telecoms company to another comes into force in the Repu(...)

Earlier this year, the Government agreed a deal with the telecoms firm, which saw 300,000 homes removed from the State scheme and placed back into Eir’s commercial rollout plans

The State subsidy required for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) may be 60 per cent higher than originally anticipated because of the Government’s dec(...)

The cost of making calls from a mobile to some lo-call numbers can be as high as €0.35 a minute. Photograph: Getty Images

The death knell could soon be sounding for so-called lo-call phone numbers after the communications watchdog announced plans to put them under the spo(...)

Eir’s dominant position in the telecoms market in Ireland was examined  amid allegations of anti-competitive practices.

A regulatory review of Eir’s governance model has stopped short of calling for a complete separation of the former state monopoly’s wholesale and reta(...)

Some sources suggest Dixons Carphone is likely to attract a number of interested parties for the Irish division of mobile operator ID Mobile. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Irish division of the mobile operator, ID Mobile, has been put up for sale by Dixons Carphone, its listed British parent group. ID Mobile was lau(...)

At the end of last year Eir  was forced to pay over €3m to the regulator for performance breaches in 2015 when  storms knocked out phone services across rural parts of the State

Telecoms firm Eir has been fined €1.5 million for breaching its regulatory obligations in relation to fault repair times. Regulator Comreg imposed th(...)

 ComReg is likely to lower the maximum fee Eir can charge to connect customers to its fibre broadband infrastructure. Photograph: Maxwells

Telecoms regulator ComReg is likely to lower the maximum fee Eir can charge to connect customers to its fibre broadband infrastructure, The Irish Time(...)

The 3.6GHz spectrum developments follow a competitive auction process overseen by regulator Comreg. Photograph: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Five mobile operators have been awarded space on the 3.6GHz spectrum, a move that enhances the State’s wireless broadband capacity and paves the way (...)

ComReg’s review of Eir, which has been outsourced to consultants, was prompted by complaints that it was abusing its dominant position

Eir, Ireland’s incumbent telco, must look upon the move to legally and structurally separate BT in Britain from its infrastructural arm Openreach with(...)

The amendment to the Communications Regulation (Postal Services) (Amendment) Bill provided for the consultation process on the impact of lifting the cap on the price of postage to be completed within 42 days. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Government has been defeated in a vote to impose a deadline on the review of a decision to increase the price of postage stamps. A Sinn Féin amen(...)

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