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There has been an increase in the number of reported faults on the eircom network over the last few days as a result of the recent stormy weather conditions. Lightning storms coupled with high winds has resulted in a lot of reported faults on the Mayo network. Nationally, there have been more than 4,500 reported faults on the network.
Eircom has announced it will roll out its fibre network to two new locations in county Westmeath.
eMobile, eircom’s mobile phone service, is taking to the streets of Castlebar this festive season with the aim of putting smiles on people’s faces by performing random acts of surprise, Christmas cheer and kindness. The team of eMobile elves will embark on a nationwide tour of the country visiting Castlebar on Sunday December 16 to surprise the public with goodwill gestures and Christmas gifts.
eMobile, Eircom’s mobile phone service, is taking to the streets of Galway this festive season with the aim of putting smiles on people’s faces by performing random acts of surprise, Christmas cheer, and kindness.
The eircom Spider Awards shortlist has been announced with the highest number of entries for the internet awards received since its establishment in 1996. Challengethegreenway.com was nominated in the charity and non profit category, with mayo.ie receiving a nomination in the listings category of this year’s awards.
There was welcome news for Mayo this week with the announcement that Eircom is to roll out its fibre plan across the county’s three biggest towns.
Eircom and ESB crews have been working tirelessly in order to restore any services which have been affected due to the adverse weather experienced over the past few days.
Out of Ireland's 26 counties, Mayo ranks number 23 for burglaries, which accounts for one per cent of burglaries nationwide, according to the 2011 eircom PhoneWatch Burglary Report. The report also found that the most burglaries in Mayo take place in September.
Local councillor and postmaster of Ballynacargy Post Office, Robert Troy, has called on the ESB and Eircom to reverse a decision which would see a minimum payment of €20 introduced for customers paying bills at post offices. Eircom has announced their intention to introduce this new payment system from October 1, while the ESB has also stated they plan to follow suit.
Westport town councillor Keith Martin has received support from the Communications Regulator (ComReg) against Eircom in relation to what he described as the company’s “latest plans to hit those struggling to pay their bills’.