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Comreg to probe Siro broadband complaint against rival Eir

Dispute centres on whether Eir is obliged to provide Siro with details of its rollout strategy for new broadband network

8th December, 2019

Telecoms regulator Comreg has agreed to investigate an official complaint made by Siro against its rival Eir over access to information regarding the former state-owned company’s broadband rollout.

The two telecoms firms are at loggerheads over whether Eir is obliged to provide Siro with details of their next generation access (NGA) broadband network.

This information includes details of cabinets, exchanges and the number of premises to be passed by the rollout.

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