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Eircom boost for Mullingar

Mullingar has been named as one of several locations across the counrty which is to benefit from Eircom’s new Ethernet services.

Recession hits Vodafone

The Vodafone group is buying back £1 billion of its own shares, which it claims have been undervalued at 14 per cent.

Perlico’s success is based on customers saving money

From its humble beginnings in 2002, Perlico has really accelerated competition in the telecommunications industry — It is now the confirmed number one alternative to Eircom and has in the process saved its customers millions of euro every year.

Eircom rolls out broadband to Kilkenny villages

Two Kilkenny villages have been broadband enabled as part of a programme that has linked 24 rural areas up with eircom broadband.

Broadband rolled out for Collinstown and Crookedwood

Eircom has announced it has recently broadband-enabled 24 new telephone exchanges around the country, including Collinstown and Crookedwood in Co Westmeath. 

Perlico’s success based on customers saving money

From its humble beginnings in 2002, Perlico has really accelerated competition in the telecommunications industry — It is now the confirmed number one alternative to Eircom and has in the process saved its customers millions of euro every year.

Dearer phone charges for farmers

Following a recent ComReg proposal, rural dwellers and the farming community could be charged more for their phones and broadband than city dwellers.

Anthony Ryan’s website www.shopcookware.ie shortlisted for Golden Spider Award

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Anthony Ryan’s, one of Galway’s longest established and most successful retailers of clothing, lingerie, fashion, cookware, homeware, curtains, luggage and linens, has been named as a finalist in the Eircom Golden Spider Awards for Best Retail and Home Shopping Website for its new online cookware website www.shopcookware.ie.

Eircom outage affects 60,000 Mayo customers

There was widespread distruption for Eircom landline customers across Mayo yesterday (Thursday) when an outage at an exchange left 60,000 customers without a service. The problem persisted from the start of business and continued throughout the day with repair crews saying progress had been slow.

Eircom must provide fair line service to non customers

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Councillor Pat O’Neill has called on the Minister for Communications to investigate Eircom’s dominance of the telephone line network.

 

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