Michael Ring: Eir ‘behaving like spoiled child’ over rural broadband contract

The government said on Wednesday that work is progressing on finalising the contract for the National Broadband Plan


Telecommunications company announce plan to hire up to 50 apprentices

Applications to eir are open to candidates who have completed the Leaving Certificate or equivalent exams and have a full driving licence, the company said.


Eircode operators to receive €150,000 following survey findings

The private operators of Eircode will receive a payment of €150,000 this year following the results of a survey that found that over 70% of the public know their code.


Eircode use urged to help battle rural crime

Farmers, homeowners and businesses are being urged to use Eircodes to combat rural crime.


Eir: ComReg payphone plan ‘devoid of any justification or logical basis’

The country’s largest telecom firm has claimed there is a material flaw in the desire by the industry’s regulator to keep public payphones in operation.


Eir in €500m fixed broadband upgrade investment

The firm said its fixed network investment programme would provide coverage to another 1.4 million premises with speeds of up to 10 Gbps.


Where did it all go wrong? PAC aims to get to root of Eircode failures

Members of the Public Accounts Committee will try to get to the bottom of where the Eircode system went wrong today.


Eircode system 'worse than useless', says Colreavy

The Eircode system is "worse than useless" and serious questions remain about the system, a Sinn Féin spokesman said today.