O2 customers to get 4G from June as Three rebrand completes

Pictured: Elaine Carey and Robert Finnegan, Three
Pictured: Elaine Carey and Robert Finnegan, Three



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2 March 2015 | 0

It’s the end of an era for 1.5 million O2 customers today as the brand vanishes from phones to be replaced with new owner, Three. The good news, however, is that former O2 customers will have access to 4G connectivity from June as part of a €300 million network investment.

Since acquiring O2’s Irish operation last July, Three has slowly been rebranding O2 properties and sponsorships including the 3Arena (formerly the O2, and before that the Point Depot) and the Irish rugby team.

“Today is another exciting milestone for Three – we are now one brand with one customer base of over two million customers,” said Three CEO Robert Finnegan. “Our customers across the country will benefit from this investment with an improved experience and high speed data coverage in more locations than ever before. The best parts of both Three and O2 will now be available to our combined customer bases, including award-winning service from two customer care centres in Ireland.”

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