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The winners of the Switcher.ie Awards 2019 have just been announced with Vodafone and Three being crowned Ireland’s Best Broadband Provider and Best Mobile Phone Operator respectively.
Bord Gáis Energy has today announced a price increase for residential customers, becoming the sixth supplier to do so this winter.
Switcher.ie, the independent price comparison and switching service, has today announced the nominees for the 2019 Switcher.ie Awards.
With Safer Internet Day 2019 taking place today (5 February 2019), independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, has compiled a selection of useful tips to help parents keep their children safe while online.
Switcher.ie is urging cash-strapped consumers not to let the fear of early exit penalties put them off seeking better deals on their household essentials. Despite potential penalties of up to Euro 300, new research shows that - in reality - very few people have been hit with these charges.
Electric Ireland has announced this morning that it will not follow in the footsteps of other energy suppliers by pledging to freeze prices this winter.