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Comreg Plans to Reduce Costs of Non-Geographic Calls Then Removal of 1850 and Others

The Irish communications regulator, Comreg, has decided to tackle “non-geographic” phone numbers (NGN) ie. numbers that aren’t linked to a specific location. At present businesses can setup numbers using 1800, 1850, 1890, 076 and 0818. The cost to ring those numbers vary, but as many phone companies have started bundling standard national calls into their […]

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Video thumbnail for youtube video New EU Roaming Charges Explained (Sort of)

New EU Roaming Charges Explained (Sort of)

As of July 1st 2014 the rates for roaming across the EU have dropped. This is great news for anyone who likes to travel in the EU and doesn’t want to disconnected while “on the road”. The EU’s Digital Agenda team released a short video to help explain the changes: Personally I’m looking forward to […]

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