Telecoms

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Telecoms regulator Comreg has raised the prospect of applying a universal service obligation (USO) for broadband to homes and premises currently not served by commercial operators or public policy interventions.

Telecoms regulator Comreg has raised the prospect of applying a universal service obligation (USO) for broadband to homes and premises currently not s(...)

Last month a judge found Eir had legitimate grounds in bringing its case against the State and granted a stay on the Comreg process provided Eir pursues its case swiftly.

Telecoms regulator Comreg is seeking to impose a record fine of nearly €10 million on Eir over its alleged failure to comply with obligations to allow(...)

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(...)

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(...)

 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(...)

ComReg said the cost of the USO on Eir amounted to about €5.1 million in 2009. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Telecoms regulator ComReg has ruled that Eir should not be compensated for at least part of its universal service obligation (USO). The State’s incu(...)

Non-Eir operators claim ComReg’s failure to adjudicate leaves an uncertainty hanging over the industry and their operating costs. Photograph:  Maxwells

Telecoms regulator ComReg has come under fire for failing to rule on whether Eir should be compensated for its universal service obligation (USO). Th(...)

Access to Eir’s broadband and fixed-line network remains a contentious issue amid allegations the former semi-State favours its own retail arm over rivals. Photograph:   Maxwells

Telecoms regulator ComReg has again come under fire for failing to take action against Eir for anti-competitive practices, which rivals have described(...)

Telecom repair crew at work. Photograph: Eric Luke

Telecoms regulator Comreg will meet representatives of the State’s main telecoms groups next week amid an escalating row over fault repair times on t(...)