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# Vodafone

This year
IRFU and Vodafone extend sponsorship deal to 2028
The new deal includes a partnership with the Ireland women’s team.
Vodafone, Chill Insurance, Hidden Hearing and MS charity guilty of unwanted marketing messages
Each defendant was told to pay €1031 in costs, with Vodafone receiving a conviction and a further fine of €500.
Vodafone cutting 11,000 jobs as new CEO says group ‘must change’
Newly appointed CEO Margherita Della Valle said that the company’s performance “has not been good enough”.
All time
Vodafone fined €13k over delays in transferring landline numbers and unlocking mobile phones
The Commission for Communications Regulation prosecuted the broadband and phone service after looking into customer complaints in 2020 and earlier this year.
Vodafone spared criminal conviction after customers with complaints 'given the runaround'
The company entered guilty pleas to seven sample charges.
Ikea, Kopparberg among brands pulling ads from GB News over content concerns
The new channel is regularly compared to a British version of Fox News.
Android users warned over sophisticated 'missed delivery' text messages attempting to steal personal information
Vodafone Ireland, Eir and Three have all warned customers about the so-called FluBot scam today.
Vodafone Ireland 'in process of restoring service' after data service issues
Many customers were worried they will not be able to watch the Late Late Toy Show, which has just started.
Vodafone resolves issue after network went down for customers around the country
Vodafone mobile data and broadband services were affected by the outage this afternoon.
Eir has accused ComReg of breaking EU laws in its clampdown on costly helplines
The watchdog is rolling out new rules relating to ‘non-geographic numbers’.
Vodafone Ireland is worried that new EU rules will 'stunt' the growth of 5G technology
The carrier has been lobbying the government over the framework that will govern connected car systems.
Vodafone apologises for sending people 'smashed' pictures of themselves as marketing tactic
The picture frames were sent to a number of journalists as part of a campaign.
Vodafone apologises after network goes down in many parts of country
In a statement this evening, Vodafone said normal service has resumed.
Customers complain over widespread Vodafone broadband outage
Vodafone has confirmed that there was an issue with the provider’s fixed broadband this morning.
Vodafone TV ad about boy meeting mum's new partner received numerous complaints
The ASAI received 15 complaints about the TV advert because it “lacked information on the whereabouts of the boy’s biological dad”.
The National Broadband Plan hangs in the balance as Eir 'reluctantly' quits the project
Only one firm is left in the running to build the long-delayed network.
Vodafone fined €250k for making customers 'opt in' to roaming deal without their knowledge
Red Roaming was a package Vodafone offered where you could pay €3 for calls, texts and data while travelling in the EU.
Vodafone says it has restored service to customers in Dublin and Meath
Vodafone has apologised for the inconvenience caused.
Are you with Vodafone? Some customers have been charged their monthly bill twice
The company said that affected customers will be refunded over the next few days.
Vodafone bull ad branded "disgraceful" for making light of "very dangerous animals"
The Advertising Standards Authority found the ad to be in breach of their guidelines.
Vodafone says full service will resume over next few hours
Some customers are experiencing technical issues with the network today.
Vodafone's attempt at a higher-end phone gets it mostly right
After experimenting with a number of cheap devices, Vodafone is now thinking bigger.
Should people in rural areas pay more to get broadband?
While almost half of those with slow speeds would be willing to pay more, the majority of people in rural areas are against it.
Win Body&Soul tickets: What Type Of Festivalgoer Are You?
We’ve teamed up with Vodafone Centre Stage to offer full passes to the sold-out festival!
There's a ruckus brewing in south Dublin over a mobile phone mast next to a kids' school
Parents say the proposed mast is a ‘risk they’re not willing to take’.
This is definitely what the girl from the Vodafone pig ad would text her mates
7 feelings the whole country has about the couple from the Vodafone ad
Ahhh SUE!
Call for Vodafone, Three and Meteor to be questioned over mobile coverage
Labour TD Michael McNamara’s comments have been rejected by the Irish Cellular Industry Association, an alliance of mobile operators.
The new Vodafone ad is giving Irish people all the feels
The little pig!
Reports of €50m Vodafone deal 'totally off the wall,' says IRFU chief
However, Philip Browne did say the IRFU has a new lead sponsor lined up for 2016.
IRFU remain tight-lipped on reported €50m Vodafone deal
The IRFU won’t comment on record-breaking sponsorship deal.
Vodafone is spending €60 million to create a load of jobs in Dublin
Recruitment for the new jobs is already well underway, an event in Dublin heard today.
For everyone who's had enough of the opera-singing chef in the Vodafone ad
You’re not the only one. Come, join your brethren.
Two of Ireland's biggest phone and internet players want to get together
UPC parent Liberty Global and Vodafone are looking at doing a deal.
State surveillance: How Gardaí and others can secretly monitor you
Part One of’s two-part series on state surveillance in Ireland.
Good news - super, incredibly fast broadband is on its way to 350 towns in Ireland
However, it will be predominantly rural towns and villages that get to use it first – with Dublin omitted entirely.
British and American spies hacked company that makes Irish driving licences
Edward Snowden claims the NSA and GCHQ also targeted SIM cards used by companies including Vodafone and O2.
Vodafone lost 278 customers A DAY in 2014
The telecoms giant is struggling to compete in the 4G data pack market here
Vodafone is blocking Lucinda's new party website - but not on purpose
The service provider has promised to whitelist the site and customers should soon be able to access it.
Sky has joined the fibre broadband wars. And it's undercutting its main rivals
All the big telecoms players are offering high-speed broadband in Ireland from today.