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Communications in Ireland

Communications in Ireland are practically identical to those of Britain.

Post

Post office hours are generally Monday-Friday, 0900-1800, and Saturday, 0900-1300. Small post offices close at 1300 one day a week.

Telephone

The country code is 353 followed by the area code.

Mobile

Ireland has the same mobile system and providers of Britain.

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Voice over Internet Protocol

VoIP is a new technology which allows users to verbally communicate through their computer. Essentially a telephone call made using the internet, VoIP is becoming increasingly more common in the business world due to its low costs, and easy set-up and maintenance.

Forget installation engineers and phone number changes, as long as you have a broadband connection, you can use VoIP any time, any where.

For businesses, this software is sure to eventually phase out the traditional phonecall. For as low as 4p for local and national calls, the economical potential is vast. With international calls often even less than that, VoIP is perfect if you are prone to long-distance telecommunication, or have offices, clients, partners, etc, overseas. What's more, calls made between VoIP users are typically free all you pay for is the standard internet service.

Internet

Ireland has an increasing level of internet and e-mail use. Phone sockets differ from UK (US type adapters required)

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