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# Eircom

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Eircom is planning a Jersey debt swap
The telco, which is considering a stock market floatation, could move its assets and liabilities to the island.
Here's how much the winter storms cost eircom
The telecoms company reported flat profits and a drop in revenues for the first three months of the year today. email user? Change your password after an attempted hacking of the service
As soon as the company realised there had been an intrusion, it restricted access to eliminate a threat.
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Everyone’s talking about Omagh, Anglo, and the most depressed town in Ireland…
Eircom considering third stock market listing in space of 15 years
The formerly State-owned telecoms company was initially floated in Dublin, London and New York in 1999.
Eircom bills, David Letterman, and WhatsApp: The week in numbers
Plus: How many Irish people are treated every year for alcohol abuse?
Eircom error will leave 30,000 paying big bills
Eircom says it failed to process direct debits.
Getting a new device for the family? Your children will be the ones deciding what to get
Children as young as ten are having a much greater influence with purchases, recommending the type of broadband, the TV service provider, and smartphone their families should purchase.
Hundreds of Eircom investors complain over share repayment
Some investors flew to UK in order to hand deliver forms to the company’s office.
Investors at a loss on Eircom shares
Tax-free cash payout for many but no sign of profit.
Young man and woman charged after high-speed chase in stolen Eircom van
Another teenage girl was let go, without charge, while another male is still in custody this morning.
Man dies during work on telephone pole in Cork
The four-man team were erecting the pole near Glengarriff.
Eircom has more mobile customers than landline, but they still don't bring in as much cash
Meteor and eMobile earned revenue of €180 million in the six months to the end of December compared to €499 million for fixed line services.
Stormwatch: Eircom and ESB work to return services to 16,000 customers
The company warned that another 10,000 customers could be impacted over the coming days.
Three to launch its 4G service next week
The service will be available to users in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick and Waterford and is expected to grow over the next few months.
12,000 people without Eircom service as bad weather fall-out continues
Meanwhile service has been restored to thousands of ESB customers who had their power cut after last night’s bad weather.
8,500 Eircom customers without service as fallout from storm continues
Work is set to resume first thing tomorrow morning on repairing the damage.
Revenue and costs down, but earnings stabilise at Eircom
The company is said to be ‘on track’ to achieve €100 million in operational cost savings.
Eircom to remove 20 'hazardous micro pillars' in Dublin
The company has committed to removing the pillars by 29 November but the council said it will still need planning permission for the other 161 around the city.
830 jobs to go at Eircom
The company says that it is on target to reduce staff by 2,000 by next June, as the latest tranche of redundancies hits over 800 people.
Eircom enters the television market to compete with Sky and UPC
And then there were three…
Eircom's broadband customers, revenue and earnings fall in year to end of June
The company’s full year results to the end of June have been published this morning.
ComReg find against Meteor over e-bill contract changes
The Commission for Communications Regulation has found that Meteor did not give the customers adequate details on withdrawing from contract following changes.
A third of Irish people 'do not understand technology'
New research commissioned by Eircom reveals that despite 53 per cent of Irish people now owning a smartphone a third remain clueless about new tech trends.
Investigation launched after Eircom worker injured in Dublin fall
The incident happened off Baggot Street on Rogers Lane at around 10.30am.
Eircom pays €275k penalty for failing to repair faults equally
ComReg found that Eircom was repairing more faults to its own retail arm’s customers than that of other operators’ customers.
Netflix users in Ireland saw a rise in streaming speeds last month
Data from the online streaming service shows that, next to Mexico, Ireland has the lowest streaming speed.
The Evening Fix... now with added rocket explosions
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Supreme Court: Eircom can continue 'three strikes' policy on illegal downloading
The Data Protection Commissioner had appealed a High Court ruling which had quashed an earlier decision to order Eircom to suspend it’s ‘three strikes and your out’ agreement with four music companies.
Eircom pulls the plug on MusicHub
Eircom says the music streaming and download service is “not a core business activity”.
Avonmore, Aer Lingus and Eircom breached advertising codes
The watchdog has found against a number of companies, according to its latest Complaints Bulletin.
Irish people just can't switch off from their gadgets
Respondents admitted to checking email constantly – even on holidays – and 19 per cent even said they had agreed to something without realising while using a digital device.
11 vintage websites as you used to see them
Whoa, is that a moving GIF?
Two Gardaí hospitalised trying to stop Co Donegal theft
The officers were injured when their car was rammed after interrupting an attempted burglary in Bridgend.
Eircom not repairing faults equally - ComReg
The company is said to be repairing its retail faults on average before wholesale faults, which goes against non-discrimination obligations.
How fast are Irish internet service providers? Here's what Netflix says
The online movie and TV series streaming service has published data on Irish ISPs and how they rank according to streaming speeds for Netflix content.
2,000 job cuts sought at Eircom understand that one-third of jobs are set to go at the telecommunications company under a cost-saving plan drawn up by the company’s board of directors.
Eircom revenue plunges by €174m
Revenue and earnings down by 10 per cent and 16 per cent respectively as telecom company announces results to end of June.