Eir fined EUR 10,500 by court for overcharging customers

Tuesday 10 October 2017 | 15:21 CET | News
Irish telecoms company Eir has been fined EUR 10,500 at the Dublin District Court after admitting to overcharging customers, reports RTE News. The case related to complaints from five customers who contacted regulator ComReg after being unable to resolve their problems with Eir themselves. Eir has previously been fined EUR 21,000 in 2015 and EUR 16,500 in March 2017 for similar offences. 

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