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22-10-2019, 11:13   #46
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I'm out of contract since May with Eir and am paying 70 a month since my year was up. Eir seem to be the best with speeds in my area and have no fup. Wondering would I be able to sign back up for this deal and also wondering what there new modem is like.
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23-10-2019, 10:56   #47
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Eir livechat was really useless

Over the phones, I got a much better deal to switch
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23-10-2019, 19:37   #48
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Hi anyone know if you have to pay a installation fee with the deal for 49 euro thanks
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23-10-2019, 20:35   #49
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Ah thanks. Had checked other day and hadn't popped up. Seems a rebranding of the old app.
Worse than the old app even.

Went on it this evening to watch the football on virgin. Doesn't work anymore. I normally stream on the phone via WiFi, and watch either on the phone or on the chromecast. Since the update, or 'upgrade' as the person on chat insisted on calling it, it wont work on my phone, something about a DRM error or something, incompatible device. Chat tells me only android 10 or apple 11+ will work. Some sh1te that, android 10 only released in September! Some upgrade!
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24-10-2019, 08:19   #50
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I'm with VF. IG FTTH with vodafone TV and landline phone. I was paying 75 a month but my contract is up soon.
Their retention team gave me the exact same package for 55 P/M and only 1 year contract. Happy enough with that.
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31-10-2019, 16:13   #51
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I'd recommend reading this https://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/show...p?t=2058026923
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01-11-2019, 09:04   #52
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I'm with VF. IG FTTH with vodafone TV and landline phone. I was paying 75 a month but my contract is up soon.
Their retention team gave me the exact same package for 55 P/M and only 1 year contract. Happy enough with that.
You were robbed.i got a renewal price for FttH and phones from eir for 45pm plus 2 mobiles at a tenner each
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01-11-2019, 17:10   #53
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but sure why would you go with this...when you can get gomo for tenner a month and now TV for 25 quid
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You were robbed.i got a renewal price for FttH and phones from eir for 45pm plus 2 mobiles at a tenner each
Is TV included in that ?
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05-11-2019, 13:18   #55
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dealing with eir over livechat is so frustrating. India call centre who have little english and take all details before telling you to call another call centre for service
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dealing with eir over livechat is so frustrating. India call centre who have little english and take all details before telling you to call another call centre for service
Can you confirm when you last used the toilet?
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I took out a trial of the new Eir tv and I contacted them today to cancel it within the 14 day cooling off period.

I was on hold for 20 minutes but once I got through I spoke with an Irish rep and cancellation was put through without any fuss.
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07-11-2019, 18:26   #58
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A truly awful company.
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Crap, crap and more crap. The box is crap the customer service is crap and then trying to get them to do what they promise after weeks on the phone after finally getting to speak to someone no change to anything we spoke about.
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I’ve had eir the last year on their €29.99 deal and can’t fault the broadband .

However, best deal I can get with them now is €45 p/m so I have it down for cancelation.

If this was €39.99 I would jump at it especailly with the sports.

What other fibre deals should I look at that would be comparable?
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