Rivals cry foul as Eircom talks up initial public offering

Eircom’s third-quarter results last week were said to have highlighted “continued stabilisation” of its bottom line.

1st June, 2014
Herb Hribar, chief executive, Eircom.

Eircom’s third-quarter results last week were said to have highlighted “continued stabilisation” of its bottom line. Buzz abounds as to the performance of its junk bonds in Europe and the likelihood of an IPO.

But closer to home, Sky, BT and other operators have made representations to Eircom about the degradation of its broadband service, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The corporate customers have attributed Eircom’s deteriorating service to underinvestment...

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