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Friday 1 December 2023 Dublin: -1°C

# Eircom

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Time Machine: Here's how 26 popular websites used to look
Have you ever seen the very first version of Or wondered what the name ‘Daft’ came from?
Advertising standards body: No, you can't look at Club Orange's naughty bits
The Advertising Standards Authority upholds complaints against the outdoor versions of Club Orange’s ‘bits’ ads.
Free WiFi for all travellers at Dublin Airport
The no-fee service is being launched today.
Survey: Modern technology unites and divides Irish households
The survey also showed almost half of respondents cite sleeping next to a mobile phone as giving them a better night’s sleep.
What should we do with old telephone boxes?
In Britain, they’ve begun turning them into libraries. Our slideshow looks at some locations for potential ‘box libraries’ in Ireland.
Need advice on your Leaving Cert results?
Guidance counsellors will be manning the 2012 Exam Helpline to provide information for students, parents and teachers.
Eircom to exit examinership in June after restructuring plan's approval
The High Court today approved the plan which sees group debts cut by 40 per cent to €2.3 billion.
Census and celsius: the week in statistics
How many of us are there in Ireland? How hot was it here last week? And how much is Will Ferrell’s next film going to make?
Business as usual at Eircom as interim examiner appointed
Services nor staff will be impacted by the “necessary” move, according to the communications company.
The Daily Fix: Friday
In the Fix tonight: Eircom Studyhub hacked; unvouched expenses; and Chris O’Dowd v Miss Piggy…
More than 8,000 Eircom StudyHub customers hacked in data breach
Usernames and passwords were compromised in the attack on the exam support service.
Eircom criticised by DPC over slow reporting of laptop data breach
Bank account details of some 550 customers may be at risk as Eircom has only now revealed a data breach that occurred last year.
Eircom admits to overcharging 65,000 customers on December bills
Telephone and broadband customers will receive a full refund as the provider charged at the new rate of VAT prematurely.
Thousands without phone service after storms
Meanwhile, the ESB has restored electricity to almost 15,000 households who lost power yesterday.
Column: Who are the winners when we sell State assets? Not the public…
With the deadline for a privatisation plan at hand, Fergal Browne warns of the pitfalls of selling public companies to private investors.
Eircom shareholders resign from boards over rejection of debt deal
ST Telemedia, the largest shareholder in Eircom, says its directors have resigned after its creditors rejected a debt plan.
WiFi to be rolled out at Dublin Airport
eircom has partnered with the Dublin Airport Authority to roll out eircom WiFiHub in Dublin airport, which can be accessed by millions of passengers every year.
'Massive blow' to music industry as Eircom anti-piracy measures rejected
The broadband firm’s ‘three strikes’ system has reportedly been struck down in a move described as ‘highly significant’ for internet users.
Over 5,000 phone customers without landline services after heavy winds
The stormy weather means customers in all four corners of the country are without landline services, Eircom says.
Denis O'Brien announces end of Digicel interest in Eircom
With Digicel no longer engaged in takeover talks, Eircom will have to come up with an alternative restructuring plan by 18 November.
Vehicle takes out Eircom services in Swords
Broadband and telephone services have been knocked out in the Swords area today following a road traffic accident. Eircom are on site trying to resolve the problem.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Energy regulator backs rise in Bord Gáis prices, Corrib ‘rape tape’ report released, and amazing video of a whale’s ‘thank you’ dance after being freed from fishing nets…
Eircom to invest €100m into broadband network
The company also plans to launch a television service that customers can access through their broadband connection.
Eircom to axe 1000 more jobs as the company announces a drop in revenues
Eircom’s revenues are down 11 per cent for the first three months of the year. 1,000 jobs will go over the next two years via “exit schemes”.
Eircom in danger of breaching lending agreements
Company says that 6 per cent fall in revenue coupled with “continued pressures” could see it break its agreements with banks.
Eircom announces price hike
Customers can expect price increases of more than 3 per cent – as well as an extension of more expensive peak hours.
Broadband and telephone still out for over 4,000 houses
Eircom technical crews finding it hard to access areas of Carlow, Wexford and Wicklow to fix faults.
Eircom revenues drop by 5.6% in third quarter
Ireland’s biggest phone operator sees adjusted earnings stay flat, and may have to breach agreements in the next year.
Eircom revenues dip by 8.5% amid industry ‘challenges’