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This month
July 2024
Conor McGregor’s stout brand ‘objectified female models’ in video which broke advertising standards
This year
Eir refuses invitation to discuss customer complaints in front of Oireachteas committee
ComReg stands by claims about Eir's complaints as TDs call for company to appear before them
Judge brands 'disgraceful' practices at Eir over handling of customer complaints
The last of Ireland's payphone boxes are set to be disconnected by the end of the year
Of the 105 remaining kiosks, 11 will become digital kiosks, while the other 94 are set to be removed.
Last year
Eir apologises after number of customers charged twice for latest monthly bill
Eir fined €2.45 million by regulator for overcharging an estimated 76,000 customers
Meteor to refund 55,000 customers for data charges following investigation
All time
Emails of some users have been permanently deleted in error, company says
Eir confirmed as sponsors of senior hurling championship for next five years
Gardaí appeal for info after 66 incidents of telephone cable theft in recent months
Eir to add a further 200,000 homes and businesses to its gigabit fibre network
eir Sport channels to cease broadcasting later this year
Twenty two of these new phone boxes will be installed in Dublin city over the coming days
Almost 90% of remaining public payphones removed in last six months
Virgin Media sues Eir over alleged failure to pay €2.5 million fee as part of sports broadcast deal
Two-thirds of complaints dealt with by telecoms regulator so far this year came from Eir customers
Eir CEO says it was a 'mistake' to locate customer care centre in Sligo
Tánaiste expects Eir customer care 'to improve' after meeting with telecoms company
Eir to charge €5.99 a month for anyone with an email to continue using service
The state of Eir address: How Ireland's largest telco is dealing with 5G, fibre and Huawei
Less than 500 public payphones are left in Ireland – a drop from 4,000 a decade ago
Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones
Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones
Government: Eir proposal to complete National Broadband Plan for €1 billion 'not feasible'
Telecoms group concerned about Eir's €1bn claim and will consider legal action against the Irish government
Another tender process for broadband plan would take three years, committee hears
'It's no secret': Eir boss says telecoms company could complete broadband plan for less than €1bn
Eir's plan to turn a telephone exchange into a fancy office has been paused - for now
Eir's plan to turn a telephone exchange into a fancy office has been paused - for now
ComReg has called out Eir over how it modifies contracts
'A completely new scam': Warning over scam that allows online bank accounts to be accessed remotely
'A burden, outdated, absolute folly': Eir lashed out against a bid for it to maintain public payphones
'It's fatally flawed': What the hell is going on with the shrinking National Broadband Plan?
Public warned of scam call from fraudsters claiming to be from Eir
Eir has accused ComReg of breaking EU laws in its clampdown on costly helplines
Watchdog upholds five complaints against Eir over misleading ads
Eir announces 750 new jobs for Sligo, Limerick and Cork
Eir says full service has been restored following fault that led to phone and broadband outage
Eir 'working to resolve issue' as mobile and broadband remains down for customers across the country