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Universal Service Obligation - What it means for your phone service

Universal Service Obligation Introduction By law, ComReg is responsible for regulating the Irish electronic communications sector.

Consumer Statistics Q2 April to June 2014

During the 3 month period, April to June 2014, consumers contacted ComReg’s Consumer Management Team with 6,823 issues (both queries and complaints) about their fixed and mobile phones, premium rate services, internet and postal service.

Consumer Statistics Q1 January to March 2014

During the 3 month period, January to March 2014, consumers contacted ComReg’s Consumer Management Team with 7,700 issues (both queries and complaints) about their fixed and mobile phones, premium rate services, internet and postal service.

Consumer Statistics Q3 July to September 2013

During the 3 month period, July to September 2013, consumers contacted ComReg’s Consumer Management Team with 9,456 issues (both queries and complaints) about their fixed and mobile phones, premium rate services, internet and postal service.

 

 

 

 

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