Phone, internet, TV and postal services
The Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) deals with unresolved complaints about telecommunications services including phone, internet and TV. Find out how to make a complaint.
A national postcode system known as Eircode was introduced in 2015. All residential and business addresses have been given a unique Eircode.
Find out what your rights are around direct marketing and how to stop junk mail, spam and unwanted calls or texts.
There are many internet service providers and contracts to choose from. Find out more about internet contracts and your rights.
There are lots of home and mobile phone providers and different types of contracts on the market. Find out about phone contracts and your rights.
Postal services are regulated by ComReg and provided by a number of operators including An Post which is the designated universal service provider.
Premium rate phone services in Ireland are regulated. Find out how your rights are protected when using premium rate phone services.
The Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) regulates the electronic communications sector in Ireland. Find out more about how it protects consumers, promotes competition and encourages innovation.
When you download or stream digital content, you have certain rights but there may also be some restrictions. Find out more about digital content and your rights.
Find out if you need a TV licence, how to buy or renew your licence and what happens if you don't pay your TV licence.