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# Telecommunications

All time
Meteor will be called Eir from September
A massive phone company is pulling out of Israel, and Israel is NOT happy
Lotto cancelled until tomorrow after lottery machines go on the blink
Eircom has more mobile customers than landline, but they still don't bring in as much cash
Head of Britain's 'eavesdropping agency' to step down
Digicel plans €500m investment as Denis O'Brien targets 'massive push' in 2014
8 things you always wish would hurry up
7 shopping experiences you'll only have in Ireland
Vodafone sells stake in Verizon wireless for $130 billion
Vodafone paid British Government over €1 billion Irish subsidiary
Business had €30,000 of calls made without its knowledge after hacking
Regulator says mobile users shouldn't pay price for Slovenian scam
Internet freedom not to be curbed: UN telecoms head
Internet TV service YouView being sued over name
100 job losses at Ericsson Athlone after Ericsson Sweden makes 1,550 job cuts
Union welcomes intervention of Oireachtas Committee in Vodafone dispute
Vodafone 'will continue to engage' with union over customer care jobs
O2 to cut 120 jobs in Ireland
Business as usual at Eircom as interim examiner appointed
Pay-as-you-go mobile charges are 20 per cent above OECD average
US, EU clear Google's $12.5B Motorola Mobility bid
Dozens of jobs announced by Ammeon, Version One
Watch your language - Pakistan blacklists 'rude' words in texts
Denis O'Brien announces end of Digicel interest in Eircom
UPC to create 50 jobs
Eircom to invest €100m into broadband network
O’Brien to sell Digicel firms to world’s richest man
Eircom in danger of breaching lending agreements
US firm to create 100 jobs in Galway
Eircom revenues drop by 5.6% in third quarter
Google-Verizon deal: a threat to the internet?
More than a quarter of Irish people without landline
The end of the internet as we know it?