ComReg

Vodafone Ireland’s bill for overcharging rises to €1.6m

Vodafone has been forced to refund customers in Ireland close to €1m after overcharging them for premium calls over the past three years. The operator has agreed to pay Ireland’s regulator ComReg €950,000 and has also set aside a further €250,000 to refund customers whose details it has lost, as well as customers who have left the network since being overcharged.

Vodafone to pay €400,000 data roaming charge in Ireland

Vodafone has been ordered to pay €400,000 ($528,000) to the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) in Ireland for failing automatically apply a data roaming spend cap of €50.00 (€61.50, including VAT) to all data roaming customers who had not chosen to opt out of the data cap.

3 Ireland trials digital mobile TV

Irish 3G operator, 3 Ireland, said Monday that it has been awarded a license by regulator ComReg to trial broadcast mobile TV services for one year. 3, which already runs a 3G streaming TV service over its networks, is understood to be looking at alternative technologies to take mobile TV forward. DVB-H technology which the […]

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