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ComReg awaits guidance on findings

The communications regulator has said it will take its lead from the government in seeing what the implications are for the mobile sector of the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.

26th March, 2011

The communications regulator has said it will take its lead from the government in seeing what the implications are for the mobile sector of the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.

A spokesman for ComReg said that he could not say if there were any implications for O2 Ireland, which holds the licence that was awarded to Esat Digifone by communications minister Michael Lowry in 1996. The 15-year licence will expire this year, although ComReg is...

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