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New research published today by independent price comparison and switching site Switcher.ie suggests that Irish consumers are struggling to make ends meet, with the majority forced to borrow or dip into their savings to meet the cost of essential household bills.
Yesterday afternoon, iD Mobile announced that it is going into liquidation, and will cease all operations in Ireland from 6 April.
The fifth annual Switcher.ie Awards took place last Thursday (1 February), and Virgin Media took home the overall Best Broadband Provider award, while Tesco Mobile scooped the award for Best Mobile Phone Operator.
Switcher.ie, the independent price comparison and switching service, has announced the nominees for this year’s annual Switcher.ie Awards, where Irish consumers get to have their say on the services being provided by the nation’s hardworking telecoms companies.
New research shows that it might not be such a happy New Year for Irish consumers when it comes to their finances in 2018. Many admit to feeling less than optimistic about the year ahead, with money concerns and financial woes weighing heavily on people’s minds:
Four in five Irish consumers are worried about the cost of energy this winter, with many set to ration their household energy usage in a bid to keep a lid on bills