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  1. 22/07/09: BT and Vodafone Agreement
    Consumers and small businesses in Ireland will benefit from greater competition and choice, following a strategic partnership agreed between BT and Vodafone.  The landmark contract will...
    Date Updated: 22/07/2009
  2. Q&A's regarding the BT and Vodafone Agreement
      Click here to read the full statement about the agreement between Vodafone and BT   What BT customers will transfer to Vodafone as part of this agreement?   This agreement involves...
    Date Updated: 22/10/2009
  3. Microsoft Windows Vista and BT Broadband
    If you've got a new PC that is running Windows Vista, here's how to get started:   Most BT supplied routers are compatible with Windows Vista. Please check for your model below. If you are unsure of...
    Date Updated: 23/04/2008
  4. Reset Internet Explorer settings
    By resetting Internet Explorer settings, you return it to the state it was in when it was first installed on your computer. This is useful for troubleshooting problems that might be caused by...
    Date Updated: 15/04/2008
  5. Apple Mac OS 9 - TCP/IP configuration
    Open the TCP/IP Control Panel Click on the Apple menu - it is indicated by the multi-coloured Apple icon at the top left of your screen. On the list that appears, move your mouse pointer - also known...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  6. BT Ireland Contact Numbers
    For RESIDENTIAL Customers   You can contact Customer Care on Freephone 1904 Opening hours  are Mon-Fri: 8am - 8pm Sat: 10am - 4pm Sundays & Bank Holidays: closed You can...
    Date Updated: 30/11/2009
  7. ADSL Microfilters
    An ADSL microfilter is necessary because once your line is activated with Broadband it carries two signals - an analogue (phone) signal and a digital (broadband) signal which are both carried at...
    Date Updated: 03/03/2008
  8. Broadband - Noise and Interference on phone line
    Firstly ensure that you have attached a microfilter to every phone socket in use in your premises.   An ADSL microfilter is necessary because once your line is activated with Broadband it carries two...
    Date Updated: 03/03/2008
  9. Staying Secure - Online Fraud Information
    There are two common types of online fraud known as "Phishing" and "Trojan's".   What is Phishing?  Phishing is a type of online fraud, where you receive a hoax email or pop-up box directing you to a...
    Date Updated: 15/02/2008
  10. Knowing if an Online Transaction is Secure
      Firstly, what is a secure connection? A secure connection is an encrypted exchange of information between the website you are visiting and Internet Explorer. Encryption is provided through a...
    Date Updated: 23/04/2008