eir seeking next generation of engineers

Telecommunications company eir, is looking for the next generation of Clare apprentices to join its apprenticeship programme. Successful candidates will be placed in the southwest,...

eir’s ‘opportunistic’ email price hike slammed

Independent T.D. Michael McNamara has described the decision by telecoms provider eir to introduce a second price increase in a year for its email addresses as “opportunistic” at a time when the Irish economy is under increasing pressure.

New site to improve West Clare mobile coverage 

Independent Clare T.D. Michael McNamara has been informed by eir that the mobile coverage issues experienced in West Clare have been resolved.

eir outages ‘unacceptable’ says McNamara

The widespread network outages being experienced by eir customers across Ireland today are being branded as "unacceptable" by Clare Independent T.D. Michael McNamara. 

North Clare eir issues raised in Dáil

Clare Independent Michael McNamara has raised a number of the issues in Dáil Éireann today.

eir to proceed with charging for email

Telecommunications company eir is set go ahead with charging customers for their email service after postponing it earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

eir suspends proposed email charge

Telecommunications company eir has confirmed that it will not proceed with plans to charge customers for email addresses in light of the current COVID-19 outbreak.

Exam helpline opens for Clare students

Exam Helpline 2017, provided by the National Parents’ Council Post Primary (NPCpp) and sponsored by eir, will today offering confidential advice, information and support to Clare students receiving their results.

Conflicting views on Minister’s broadband plan

There are widely conflicting views on todays announcement that an additional 300,000 premises across Ireland can access high speed broadband within 90 weeks.