The Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) is the regulator for the electronic communications (telecommunications, radio communications and broadcasting) and postal sectors.
The 2002 Communications Regulation Act sets out ComReg's statutory objectives. These are:
For the electronic communication sector
- to promote competition
- to contribute to the development of the internal market
- to promote the interests of users within the European Community
- to manage the radio frequency spectrum
- to promote the development of the postal sector
In carrying out its responsibilities, ComReg seeks to ensure that, through the development of effective competition, Irish consumers receive the highest quality products and services from the widest choice of operators and at the best prices.
Why is this website separate to www.comreg.ie?
This website has been designed with the consumer in mind. Our main website www.comreg.ie is the main information source for all stakeholders in the communications industries; consumers, operators, researchers etc. The aim of this website is to provide consumers with a user friendly website that provides relevant information and answers on the main issues which affect them in their dealings with suppliers.