Carolan Lennon

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If the responsibility for a raft of “essential services” was shared by market share, Eir would be on the hook for about 41 per cent.

Eir is appealing a decision by the State’s telecommunications regulator which requires it, and none of its competitors, to spend about €10 million a (...)

Eir is rolling out the next phase of its fibre network. Photograph: Maxwells

Eir has agreed a deal with KN Circet to build key elements of the infrastructure required to roll out Eir’s fibre broadband network in urban areas. T(...)

Chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at Aryzta’s AGM in 2017. The company reports half-year results on Tuesday.  Photograph: Alan Betson

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); German industrial production (Jan), exports and imports (Jan); US consumer inflation expectations ((...)

Eir’s  director of mobile networks, Fergal McCann,  and CEO, Carolan Lennon. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

Eir announced a €500 million overhaul of its fixed broadband platform this week, pledging to build fibre lines directly into an additional 1.4 million(...)

Eir will tell the PAC the company invested €7 million in its bid to become the operator for the National Broadband Plan, before pulling out of the process.

Eir will tell an Oireachtas committee on Thursday of its “commercial, regulatory and governance concerns” about the National Broadband Plan (NBP), whi(...)

Building telecoms infrastructure in rural parts is proving a headache for governments across the world, principally because the technology and the demand it spawns keeps evolving.

The State’s largest telcos will appear before the Public Accounts Committee on Thursday to explain why they have shunned the National Broadband Plan ((...)

Larry Gogan: sounds as positive and modest as ever as he moves to RTÉ Gold.

It’s fair to say that Liveline (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) has had its share of jarring moments down the years. But there’s a distinct air of discombobula(...)

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(...)

“Fixed broadband may have been Plan A for the government in 2015 when the rural broadband project was launched, but time and technology have moved on, and mobile broadband has caught up”

The Government’s plan to subsidise the roll out of broadband in rural areas – so long in the planning and now so mired in controversy – has failed. Th(...)

Eir said its core earnings and broadband customer numbers climbed

Revenue at Eir fell 1 per cent in the first quarter of its financial year, dipping to €312 million as growth in its mobile and television income was o(...)

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