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Crossed wires: the ESB has been in direct competition with Eir in the Irish telecoms markets since last year through Siro

Eir claims it is being thwarted from using the ESB’s network to roll out its new fibre broadband product and that the energy company’s stance could fu(...)

The total cost of the fibre rollout is estimated by some sources as being between €1 billion and €1.5 billion.

The UK listed private equity giant, 3i, and a division of Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway are taking part in the E-Net consortium that is bidding f(...)

Irish broadband operator Imagine has teamed up with Australia’s largest investment bank Macquarie to bid for the Government’s €1.5 billion rural broadband contract. File photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Irish broadband operator Imagine has teamed up with Australia’s largest investment bank Macquarie to bid for the Government’s €1.5 billion rural broad(...)

Total dividends paid during the past ten years by ESB to the Exchequer amount to almost €1.5 billion

ESB reported a 43 per cent jump in pretax profits last year, as it paid a final dividend to the State of €214 million. The energy group, which employ(...)

Telecoms company Eir is seeking to raise at least €350 million to take out a high-interest bond.

Telecoms company Eir is seeking to raise at least €350 million to take out a high-interest bond. It is examining options including raising fresh equ(...)

Chief executive Richard Moat envisaged that Eir would bid alone for the NBP, which will be awarded in two regional tranches

Eir, which yesterday reported half-yearly revenues up 4 per cent to €653 million, has vowed to press ahead with the rollout of fibre broadband to 300,(...)

13/07/2015 - NEWS - Alex White TD Minister for Communications, at official launch of Eircode, Ireland's new postcode system, at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish TimesPhotograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The Department of Communications has controversially rejected a proposal by telecoms firm Eir to supply fibre broadband to 300,000 homes originally e(...)

Economist Colm McCarthy takes issue with the proposed “gap funding model”, which is likely to mean the State subsidises the cost of a high-speed broadband network for rural Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government’s National Broadband Plan has the potential to erode competition in the sector resulting in higher prices and poorer services for consu(...)

Ciarán Barrett, head of consumer fixed at Vodafone Ireland and Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney. photograph: darragh kane

Homeowners and businesses in Carrigaline, Co Cork, are the first to avail of the new Siro broadband service with its speeds of up to 1Gb – up to 40 ti(...)

Vodafone Ireland’s Ciaran Barrett, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney and Peter Collins, managing director of Carrigaline Court Hotel:  LightSpeed is being initially launched in Carrigaline. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Vodafone will today launch LightSpeed Broadband, its new high-speed fibre broadband offering delivered over its €450 million Siro fibre infr(...)

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