Dublin's O2 may have name changed after Three deal

Dublin's O2 may have name changed after Three deal

The O2 in Dublin could be up for a name change.

It comes after Three successfully completed the purchase of rival mobile operator O2 in Ireland.

The €780m deal means Three now has 37% of the Irish market - up from just 9% before the deal.


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