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|I recently changed from Smart to Eircom.
The whole process was a disaster from start to finish.
Initially I had several sales men call to the door as there was a problem with the paper work so they had to re-sign me up.
When the paper work was done I was left without broadband for a week eventhough it was meant to be 24 hours. I depend on broadband for work.
I spend about 4 hours in total on the phone to Eircom. People who said that they'd ring back didn't.
To make a long story short I finally wiggled 4 months free service out of them due to lost earnings, stress etc.
End of story.....not quiet.
When I thought all was done and dusted an Eircom van pulled up outside with a fellow telling me that I had a problem with my broadband. I didn't but it was obviously a miscommunication internally.
Then....two weeks later....one of the initial sales men knocked on the door asking me to sign up again ?!?!?
I didn't and I seem to be receiving Eircom bills with credits on them so everything must be working fine.
What a mess, no wonder they are going to go under.|
|Eircom at risk of default as firm plans to slash further 1,000 jobs
|Eircom 'at serious risk' of breaching debt covenants
|Eircom warns on debt as core profit dips
|Eircom meets unions over job cuts
'Eircom could collapse within 6 months'
There is a real possibility that eircom could collapse within six months, putting 5,500 jobs in jeopardy, according to the Communications Workers Union (CWU) today.
"The new owners, Singapore Technologies Telemedia (STT) have a E4 billion debt to service. If the company continues to lose market share and remains bound by over-regulation, they will run into serious problems within the next six months and maybe earlier in trying to service that debt. If they cannot service this debt, which is a real possibility now, then we are looking at another significant Irish company on the brink and almost definite take-over by the banks.
"This is extremely worrying for the company and its 5,500 employees. The Government needs to take this threat very seriously and support the company or else it is will be facing another very costly collapse."|
|Telecoms firms' revenue fell 10% in 2009
|O2 full-year results show 'challenging' Irish market
|Eircom profit falls as revenue shrinks
|Owners hit hard as 3G mobile chain collapses
|Eircom revenues slide 9pc in latest qtr
|MOBILE communications network company Vodafone has seen further erosion in its Irish-based customer levels in the past three months.
|Eircom on the line again