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Dustin The Turkey 2 Sep 15
Eircom system down UPDATE A spokesman for Eircom said "don't be annoying me while I'm on my break"
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Leah Burgess 📷 16 Sep 15
New logo does look like ebola virus or is it the other way around
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Laura Slattery 16 Sep 15
to rebranding will cost an estimated €16m. It includes 20 different colours and "more than 100" agencies worked on it.
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Lidl Ireland 16 Sep 15
There’s a lot of talk of name changes this morning…your thoughts on "lid"?
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Tricia long 4 Sep 15
Bad customer service
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Philip Nolan 20 Sep 15
Does anyone have the tiniest clue why became ? Utter wank.
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tommier May 9
We should have kept in public ownership, now it's network that by the way citizens paid for the majority of it as the private owners didn't upgrade the network to any degree. Now citizens will pay again and network will be in PRIVATE ownership
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Gareth Penrose 16 Sep 15
In light of the Eircom/Eir rebrand-I too am available for rebranding ur product for millions. Examples below
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eoin stephens 16 Sep 15
i saw the new / logo and thought…
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Zoe 16 Sep 15
New branding from 👌🏼👌🏼
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Dublin Fire Brigade 2 Sep 15
We are advised by that using landlines to contact emerg servs may be difficult. Some mobiles also affected. This is a national issue
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Kevin Groome 16 Sep 15
Seems a waste of €16 Million to spend on re branding as then asking a small child to design the logo.
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Babs 16 Sep 15
Ah go home, you're drunk! ahhahahaha ... Marketing is SOME science to buy that hape of rubbish!
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Mick Caul Nov 3
How much longer are going to insult the intelligence of the people acting as if they are in opposition. . Selling of was the result of greed. As was the privatisation plan. Thankfully, Paddy fought back against the establishment.
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Andy James Magician 16 Sep 15
Love the new re brand - 1000mbps speeds in Ireland - Thats quicker than I can make a coin disappear
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MáireNíGiollaBhríde 24 Jul 16
I knew it, should not have sold Verizon shares
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Philip Nolan 6 Apr 15
I'm very excited. are bringing me 70meg broadband on Thursday. I might need a safety belt for the swivel chair.
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Joe Noonan Nov 28
Be alert for a fake eircom email purporting to be about a security breach. If you hover over the contact link it shows up an obviously fake address, but otherwise the email is well crafted and liable to convince the unwary.
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Cathy 31 Oct 14
Anyone with actually get anything near to 100mb in ? Finding it really hard to believe...
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Brian O'Donovan 16 Sep 15
officially unveils its new name: "eir"
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